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THE 1958 TALISMAN 



Published by the Senior Class 

of 

Rutland High School 

Rutland, Vermont 



Editor-in-chief 
Donna Kennedy 

Associate Editor 
Joan Peterson 

Business Manager 
Gerry Ann Wake 



Page 1 



FOREWORD 



As we look back over the past year, the word PRO- 
GRESS inevitably comes to mi ml. Progress lias been 
evident in many ways. First, there has been the conver- 
sion of R.H.S, to a three-year school, with the former 
freshman class now the ninth grade of the junior high 
school. 

With the completion of the new Rutland Junior 
High School adjoining our building, there has been a 
resulting improvement in our facilities. A spacious 
modern gymnasium Is now available for physical educa- 
linn el asses and aihlctu [.-vents. Tin tnloiiul surround 
ings of the new cafeteria have added to the enjoyment 
of the lunch period. Lastly, changes in our own building, 
notably new science and music rooms, have already 
proved their value in enrichment of the curriculum. 

ft is with pride that we present this volume as' a 
lasting pictorial narrative of our memorable years at 
Rutland High School. 

The Editors 



Page 2 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 




Seniors 11 



DEDICATION 





Classes 49 







Activities 61 





Sports 79 





Advertisements 95 



We, the Class oi 11158, dedicate the Talisman 
to Mr. Lewis F. McKerlcy. As head of the Bus- 
iness Education Department and as Talisman 
Business Adviser, lie has given many years of 
service to Rutland High School. It is in the lat- 
ter role that we wish to acknowledge the vital 
part which lib" sound judgment and skillful 
handling of the financial affairs of our hook 
have played in its success. For all his tireless, 
behind-the-scenes efforts, we say "Thank you " 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Superintendent of Schools 

Hornet R. Ashland 




BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS 
Seated, left to right: George I. Kalil. Bart ley J. Costello, Mrs. Harold A. Carmichael, Dr. Gordon 
B. Smith, Dr. George J. Ravit. President; Charles W. Conner, Homer B. Ashland. Superintendent 
of Schools; Standing; Lnigi J. Sahataso, Dr. Alheric H. Beltcrose, George G. Corsones, Leonard 
F. Wing, Jr; Not present: John R. Carrigati 

Page 6 



We have had in our principal a 
true friend with a deep and sympa 
tlictic understanding of youth. Skill- 
ed in coping with problems of stu- 
dents and teachers alike, he has won 
our respect and at! miration. 

Appointed assistant principal this 
year, Mr. Sloan has also shown a great 
interest in the affairs of our class. 

The seniors wish to thank both of 
you for the many tilings you have 
done for us. 




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itisistanl Principal 

George H. Sloan 








Direr I ur of Guidance 
Kdwai'd C:. Miller 



GUIC 



Mr. Milk] assumed the position oJ Di- 

rcc'tor of Guidance in September 1957, 
with an extensive and successful back- 
ground o[ experience in the field of stu- 
dent guidance and counseling. Assisting 
him in helping us with our problems 
were Miss Buttles and Mis. Ilinchey. 

Even with schedule changes heaped 
on their desks, and records bulging out 
of the files wailing to be check .'d. they 
were always ready to lend a helping 
hand. 

We thank those whose gieatesi reward 
is the satisfaction of seeing a student 
succeed. 




ANCE 




Librarian 

Elizabeth R. (irecne 



Guidance Gounsemn 

k;][lieiinc C Him he} 
Madeline S. Buttles 



Page B 





Guii atet Office Secretary 
\ -j E. Matthews 



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CAM-: l 1-RIA STAFF 
Left to right; E. Weir. H Duikce, F. Eclgerton. C. Oakman. R. Laliberte. M. Bainl, V. l'erkiiis. 
M. Bouchard, H. Fox, C. Ballard Director 



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OFFICERS OF 'I'HE CLASS OF 1938 
Left 10 right: Ralph Davis. Vice-President; Patricia Taylor. Secretary: 
Hugh Stafford, Treasurer; John Tornasi, President 



FELLOW CLASSMATES 



We have now completed four years of 
high school education. During tins time we 
have made many wonderful friends and have 
had many experiences the memory of which 
we shall cherish all our lives. 

Now each must go his own way. Some 
will continue to college or other institutions 
nf higher learning; some will enter business 
or other fields or endeavor, each according 
to his own dictates. There is one fact, however, 
which we must remember. Edti cation does not 
end here; on the contrary, it is just beginning. 
Learning is a process which we must pursue- 
relentlessly and continuously for the rest of 
our lives. 



Our generation will be faced with a host 
<»l new problems. Those of interplanetary 
travel, nuclear energy, and automation are 
only a lew which will occupy our minds. We 
must attack these problems with knowledge, 
with diligence, with courage. Our high school 
education is the first stepping-stone in meet- 
ing these challenges successfully. 

Now is the time to say goodbye. In clos- 
ing, J wish to express for my class our sincere 
appreciation to our parents, our school offi- 
cials, our faculty, and everyone who has had 
a part in making this graduation possible. 

John Tomasi 
President of the Class of 1958 



Psqe 11 





CLASS 



LEIGH All A MS 

Kiii v. going nature . . . 
slow stride . . , anolhcr 
Adams . . . calm, cool, and 
collected . . . some day 
he'll see the world. 



KERRY ALLEN 
Impish eves . . . plaid 
kilt . . . variety is the 
spice of life . , . full of 
rascality . . ■ CTS . . . 
UVM. 



ANGELINE ANAGNOS 
Angle 

A touch of exotic Greece 
. . . clothes, clothes . . . 
soft spoken . . . treS ami- 
able . . , classes from 
dawn to dusk. 





ELIZABETH ARCHER 

Betty 
Realty nice w know 
that Halo look . . . roller 
skating . . . to all Iter 
smile ex ten is . , , John. 



PAUL \RC.l II \ 
Carry oat . , . C,A,P. . 

full of fun . . . friend 
all . . . cheery smile , 
seen and not heard. 



RACHAEI. AVER 
Rae 
Sweet as honey , . . spar- 
kle . - . some utokie . . . 
tall, dark, and graceful . . . 
a "hi" for everyone. 



CORINNE BAR! LEI I 
Full of fun . . willy . . . 
John . . . love and marri- 
age . , . monp) in ihe 

hank. 





EDWARD RATTLES 
Beetle 
Friencilv, frank and fear- 
less ... for he's a jolly 
good fellow . . . grin 
aloog with me , , . com- 
pletely casual . , . Pat. 



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OF 1958 





LARRY SEALS 

Berts 
All the world loves a lov- 
er .. . where there's life 
there's Lain . . . future 
Einstein . . . practical 
pranks . . . real nice guy, 



1URBARA BECK 

Barbit 
Cheerful manner . . - gold 
locket and chain , . , more 
bounce to the ounce . . , 
the busy bee has no time 
for sorrow . . . sugar and 
snice. 



STEVEN BENNM I 
Steve-O 
Quick hbish . . . jovial 
manner . . , steady worker 
... life is just an easy go- 
ing walk . . . snappy dir^- 
scr. 




JOAN 111 Rl \1 
Joni 
Glowiog red tresses . . . 
artistic miss . . . sweet 
country lass . . . fun-lov- 
ing . , , Bernie R. 



FRANCIS B1LLADO 

Bill 

I'ardon m\ intt-1 licence . . . 
phenol | di i ha I in . . . want- 
ed in surgery . . . ever 
present slide rule . . . 
whal's up. Doer 



JOHN Bill. 
lark 
Business man . . . Jack 
. . . easy to please . . . 
Lincoln Iron Works , . , 
Dot . . . master mechanic. 



STF.I'HFN BORF.TOS 
Steve 
Never a dull motnent . . . 
girls!? . . . don'l Set 
homework kill you . . . 
nice guy . . . easy-going. 




FRANC! \E 

BOLCHARD 
Frttunie 
"Jokes;-'' . , . friend to all 
. . . well-informed . . . 
going steady . , , Buddie 
. . . full skirts. 




Page 13 



CAROL BROUN 

Nice to know . . . Charlie 
diamond* are a girl's 



best friend 



brown 



eyes 



many Mends. 




MAR1.F.NI-: BROWN 
Silence is golden . . . dark 
eyes . . , ready smile . , . 

reserved but friendly , . , 

niiim Friends. 




WAYNE CANDL1SH 
Windy 

Personality mysterious . . . 
friendly sort of guy . . , 
Iwokwurin . . . loves a 

laugh. 



MAR I HA BROWN 
Marty 

Happy-go-lucky . , . 
sine to succeed . . . 
sweets to the sweet . . . 
rule . . . tatly- 1 ike 
manners, 



RICHARD BURKE 

Burkie 
Friendly monitor . . . 
([diet . . . likeable dis- 
position . . . slow 

stride . . . alwavs will- 
ing to try. 



ROBERT BUSH 


SANDRA CABELL 


Bob 


Sandy 


Man of few words . . . 


See i In- 1 ,S.-\, in bis" 


horror movies . , . 


Chevrolet . . . "Ires 


trumpeter . . . band 


inn' . , . Dave . . t 


trips ... it style of 


neat as a pin . . . easy 


his own. 


to like. 




CLASS 




JOHN CAM 111.1) 

Jul: i > 

Snappy drummer . . . 
smoke in your eyes , . . 

nlghl owl , , . ready, will- 
ing, and able . . . "Nice 
d;ii if ii ilon'l rain." 



Page 14 



GAIL CARM1CHAEL 
Snappy sailor . . , Roger 
. . . high- stepping strutter 
- . . gentlemen prefer 
blondes . . . tight skins 
galore. 






BRF.NDA CHIOFFI 

Blond . . , friendly 
personality . . . tall 
and cute ... boys. 
Ijuvs, boys . . . West- 
side 



MARTHA 

( l/.MADIA 
Ch 
Majorette . . . uh, that 
peroxide! . , . watch 
out. hoys . . whistle 
bait . . . always laugh- 
ing. 



11 1/ WIF.TH ClOU I 

Betty 

Peppy cheerleader . . . 
Alan , . . petite jcutie 
fille . . . neat dresser 
. . . seen at Fanny 
Farmer's. 



RICHARD CLARK 



Dick 
Strict monitor 



smile 

icons 



big 

always cour- 
. persuasive 



KARL CHEVALIER 
Doi>dUtt 

Artist . . . always ready 
with a U.S. answer . , . 
willing to help . . . hot- 
rod . . "George Gobel 
II". 



OF 1958 



DAVID CONANT 

Dnve 
Sleepy-eyed . , . motor- 
cycle , . , black leather 

jacket . . . nice to tenon 

. . . seen in the shop. 




W VRRi N CONNER 

Hen 

-Manager . . , ready with 
cheni equipment . , , 
Grove Street . . , short 
stuff . . , band trips. 



Page 1 5 




CLASS OF 1958 



MARY CROSBY 
Little red jeep . . . silence 
is golden . , . Dandy . . . 

pleasant vnung ladv . . , 
loves horses. 



FRANCES CUNHMAN 
Fran 
Seward** . . . always ready 
with a smile . . . friendly 
. . . whh her clarinet , . , 
helper to all. 



MILDRED DAXFOR1H 

Millie 
'Ires petite'. . . peaches 
ami cream . . . hrown- 
eyed Susan ... full of fun 
... I'ete. 






MARJORIE DANIELS 
Margie 
Quiet . . . shorthand whi/ 
. . . htp smile . . . highest 
Talisman subscription . , , 
friendliness is her wav. 



RAl.l'H DAMS 
Smiley 
"U seems to me" . . . re- 
served . , , on the surface 
. . , "hello" . . . truck 
driver . . , love of excite- 
ment. 



Kl-XDRA DAY 

Kenny 

Baton in her hand . . . 

Bol) . . . Beechnut baby 

food . . . cheerful , . , 
student* director. 



RUSSELL DEMERS 
Rust 

Horn rirns . . . frinnlh 
. . . seen and not heard 
. . . height with a smile 
. . . distinctive stcide. 





ROBERT DE/.F-RO 
Bob 

Wiry teachers get gray . . . 
Campbell Road . . . angel 
with hnrns . . . nice look 
. . . Joan. 



Page 16 




ROBERT DONAHUE 

Bobby 
Tall, dark and . . . teach- 
er's pet . . . Rapid is!! , 



of fun he's fond 
dy- long legs, 



dad- 



\\\\ I I n DOUGl IS 
Wall 
Fairchild . . ■ when do 
we eat* . . . dead serious 
about his work . . . nice 
guy to know . . , lends a 
helping hand. 



RONALD £NO 

llorniic 

Did you say quiet? . . . 
mind of his own . . . 
[rink drvier . . . crewcut 
. . . not a woTd was spok- 
en. 




RAl.l'H FARWELL 
Road devil . , . the bright 
side of life . . , Fordmobile 
, . . easy-going . . . red 
spurt coat. 



LINDA I1MI 
I'nny tail . . . driving 
technique . . Ira . . . 
blonde, cute, and quiet . . . 
grass fires. 



Gl'ORt.l lONUR 
Pete 
Color blind? . . . Priscilla 
. . . friendly sort . . . 
homeroom pest . . . stu- 
dious. 



ELIZABETH FUCC] 
Betty 

Full of vim and ligor . . . 
incredibly slender . . . 
those beautiful brown 
eyes . . . Joker ... pal 
Hi all. 




RICHARD GOODRICH 

Diih 
Football . . . likes to tease 
. . . 1939 station wagon 
. . . always laughing . . , 
our own Mario Lanza. 




Page 17 



MARTHA H AJUNS 
Mori 

Stagecoach . . . Pete . . . 
whiz on skis . . . "give us 
an R" . , . lost in a jeep. 




KENNETH HALL 

Shop genius . . . seen but 
seldom heard . . . Ver- 
mont draw) . . . tiighl owl 
. . . hunting: 




RICHARD 

HALLOCX 

Dick 

Personality phis . . . 
class clown . . , hot 
rodder . . . nice to 
know . . . friendly. 



DOREF.N HH'IOR 
Viilelile's dctiglH . . . 
Mr. Quinn 



istrv whiz 



"What 



mi I going in do? . , . 
any one have an 
"RDX*? 



DONALD HELEBA 
On ft 

Quiet but quick . . . gent- 
leman . . . hrown curly 
hair . . . "Can't wail til 
summer" . . , machine 
ace. 



MARTHA 

HAYWARD 

Man 

Freckles, freckles, and 
more freckles , . . Jon 
. , . red hair . . , ran 
be found at the library 
. . . quiet. 



A DELIA BEDDING 
Dee 

Friendly monitor . . . 
fun lover . . . FHA 
president . . . "Dee" 
. . . cheerful nature. 




CLASS 




DONNA HIBRARD 
Hib 

Yellow is her color . . . 
short hair , . . friendh 
"hi" . . . Center Rut- 
land . , , aims to please 1 . 



Page 18 



PAUL HILL 

Swede 
Easy-going . . Hollywood 
calling . . man about 
town . . . completely cas- 
ual . . . trips to Brandon. 




M AKYELLEX 
HOLD EN 

Shorthand Whii ■ ■ . Eddie 
. . . bowling champ . . . 
"Who said Florida"'" . . . 
when do we eat? 




L1ELA H0LMQU15T 

Swede . . . terrible 
chase . . . Charlie . . . 
"Chicago. Chicago" . . 
sweet girl. 



THEODORE 
HUBBARD 

Teddy 
Carol Lee . , . known 
for wriiing letters . . , 
shop brain . . . Claren- 
don . . ■ handy with a 
saw. 



SWIIK \ HI BI'ARD 

High steppin' gal . . . 
HaOa . . . cigarilo . . . 
Oarcmonl . . . life of 
the party. '. . Hcide. 



CATHERINE. 
HURLEY 

Catliy 
Parties . . . brain . ■ ■ 
senior play memories 
. . . "Those Hurley 
Oirls" . . . thrilling 
blonde. 




OF 1958 



JULIE HURLEY 

Bubbling personality . ■ . 
willing worker . . . ' 'Those 
Hurley Girls" . , . pizza 
parties , . . lost ponv- 

l;iil. 




ALDI.N JOHNSON 

Al 
Real shy . . . loval worker 
. . . night owl , . . specs 
. . . tall. 



Page 19 




CLASS 



DONALD KKEFE 

Hunfisir 

Athletic ability ... Is 

he <hv} . . . Ii t ,.,ii, k .,,,([ 
rus\ cheeks! , , "If . . . 
co-captain. 



DAVID KKNNT.in 
Bo ft go 
Chem brain . . , spurts 
enthusiast . . . Bongo . . . 
nun about town . . . 
charming Frenchman. 



DONNA KENNEDY 
Editor-in-chief . . . never 
a i hi II moment . . . sin- 
cere . . . missionary . , . 
<lnn;fslii chick. 




DAVID K.IUBKY 
Dam 
.Slid in' trombone . . . artis- 
tic ability . . . "Mister 
President' . . . great guy 
. . , nonconformity is his 
trademark- 



JOAN LaCOE 

I < untie 
Dht) . . . Kiimi Kinnii 
. . . blond streak . . . 
noted Fur cute grin . , . 
dancer. 



JEANNE LA1RI) 
Jubilant, jovial Jeanne 
. . . Bobby ... to have 
a Friend is to be one . . . 

green Chevy . . . woman 

driver. 



NELLIE LANE 

Quiet and dignified 
nice to know . . 

black pony-tail . 
set dark eyes . , 
smile. 



shiny 

. deep 

ready 




OF 1958 



MARC.ARET LAPOIN I 

Margie 
I 1 leasing personality . . . 
friendly "hi" , . , ready 
laughter . . . boys • - . 
flothcs galore 



Page 20 




ARltli'R l.ASANTE DAVID LEONARD Jl Dl I H LEONARD 

Aft Dave Italy 

Calm cool and collected A trip to the moon on Sweet personality . . . 

confirmed bachelor wheels . . . strong silent variety is the spite of life 

shop genius . . . type ■ - . shop . . . loves . . . boys, boys, and nmiv 

Imiri rims . . . Iriendlv CMS . . bachelors bem - . . whistle bail... 

„ uv "Slam" . . . Rorkv Pond. 




CLAUDIA LEWIS 

Quiet dignity . . . seams- 
tress . . . witty as the day 
is long . . . friend to all 
. . . fne to none. 



RICHARD Lf\\ l> 
Dirt 

Curly hair . shop . 
black told . . . ijiiitt but 
i|Uick . . . itlway hirndlv. 



PHll.ll' MACKENZIE 
Mack 
Doleful expression . . . 
dark hair . . . friendly 
personality . . . black cat 
. . . bo;, that black Ford 
could go. 



BRLCE MALCOLM 
Rruczr 
Answer to every girl's 
dream . . . neat as a pin 
... so glad to have you 
with ns . . . the eyes have 
it . . Football hero. 




BERNARD MANC.AN 
Bcrnie 
Woll in sheep's clothing 
. . . contagious laugh . . . 
"I'm available" . . . be- 
ware, girls . . . football. 



Page 21 



JOY MASON 

Chickie 
Vivacious . . . dashing 
smile , 
giggles 



"Chick" 
. (oval rooter. 





RUSSELL MAXHAM 
Quiet . , , serious sort 
of guy . . , shop genius 
, . . loves a laugh . . , 
"Ransom". 



ARniTH 
McKIRRYHER 
Always dependable . . . 
smiling personality . . . 
thoughtful . . . silence 
is golden . . , pleasing 
disposition. 



CAROL MeMASTER 
Horse fun . . . mon- 
itor , , . office aide . . . 
true friend . . . effic- 
iency plus. 



I IIOMAS Mcl'Hl T 

TJ. 

Short . . . Meadow - 

brook . . . "Slick" . . . 

friendly ... all smiles. 



GEE 1 CHEN 
MILLER 

('•retch 

. . those blue 
eyes . , . "Gravel Ger- 
tie" . . . Margaret . . . 
intelligence plus. 



Roger 




CLASS 



PETER NORTON 
Pete 
"Tele" , , , candy man . . . 
good humor . . . gener- 
ous . . . laugh please. 




RAYMOND NUTTING 
Ray 

Oodles of fun . . , small 
hut mighty . . . Sharon 
. , . carefree and casual 
. . . truck driver. 



Page 22 



MARY O'CONNELL 

Jim . . . freckles . . . 
[wirier . . . petticoats . . . 
where there's life there's 
Oggcr. 





JOAN PETERSON 
joanie 
Strawberry blonde . . . 
Tick . . . leader . . . 
friend to all , , . sure 
to succeed. 



WILLIAM 1'ASKEVICH 

Bill 
Why teachers get gray . . , 
big grin . . . good looker 
. . . happy go lucky . , , 
crew rut. 



LUNETTE 
PERKINS 
Soft spoken . , . roller 
skates . . . photogenic 
. . . thoughtful . . . 
aims to please. 



ROGER PIKE 
Jeeprra 
Gretchen . , . little red 
jeep . , . that pipe . . . 
silent and serious . . 
picture snapper. 




OF 1958 



RORERT PUTS 

Bob 

Quiet but not idle . , . 
friendly sort . . . mm of 
few words . . . industrious 
. . . outdoor enthusiast. 




LINDA PRE.SPARE 
Lin 
"Are you serious?" . . . 
"D" . . . HsOz . . . style 
all her own . . . "The 
Pipper". 



Page 23 




CLASS 



BARBARA PRIOR 


JOHN REGAN 


DONALD RIBF.RDY 


Barb 


Jnhtiny 


Don 


Long, long pony-tail . . - 
gay little miss . . . freck- 
les ,. . sunny smite . , . 
glad lo have you with us. 


Quiet . . . real cool John 
Hancock . . . ret! hot 
'55 Ford . , . swell kid 
. . . hard worker. 


Summer of '57 . . . library 
pest . . . little guy with 
hig ideas , . . baby face. 




BEVERLY RICH 
Brvie 
Neat as a pin . . . friend 
to all . . . full of pep and 
personality . . . activities 
galore . . . "Hills and 
Valleys". 



MARY RIULON 
Real shy . . . man haler 
. . . square dance fan . . , 
Clarendon miss , . . those 
country scenes. 



JUDITH RITER LINDA ROBERTS 

Judy Lin 

Eddie . . . hour glass fig- Mike . . . petite lass . . . 

ure , . , beautiful clothes quiet hut friendly . , . 

. , , Skene Manor . . . innocence . . . Cotillion, 
reserved, but nice to 
know. 





riSM 



LOWELL ROBERTS 

Hot rodder . . . silence is 
golden . . . "Wake Up 
Little Suzie" . . . Poult- 
ney . , . athlete. 



Page 24 



OF 1958 




JL'DITH ROBINSON 

Judy 

Always full of fun . . . 

diictiin . . . has the devil 

in tier rv<- . . - Aunl [ulia 
... Oh! those band trips! 



JEAN RODGERS 

A real true friend . . , 
loyal rooter . . . senior 
life saver . . , always lends 
a helping hand . . . tre- 
mendous personality. 



ERNEST Rl.'Pl'E 
£ 
Pigskin carrier . . . Joanie 
. . . "E" , . . the little 
red VVV with the Ber- 
muda bells . . . intellect- 
ual type, 




ANTHONY RL'SSO 
Tony 
Pool shark . . cool and 
casual . , . spaghetti lover 
. . . quiet? . . . nice to 
know. 



MARY ELLEN RYAN 
Pixie 
Little pixie . . . pirate 
. . . lady driver . . . Chevy 
. . . precious little pack- 
age. 




DAVID SARGEN I 
The old Packard . . . 
good humor . - . Judy 
. . . always gives a help- 
ing hand . , . monitor 



DONALD SANDERSON 

Don 
Hani worker at his trade 
. . . quiet and shy , , . 
little worker lor a big 
job . . . mechanically- 
minded. 



BEVERLY SAN FORD 

Seo 
Real crazy . . . thought- 
ful and generous ... al- 
ways laughing . . . healthy 
glow . . . Louie. 




Page 25 



PATRICIA SARGEN T 
Sarge 
Sparkle , . . blonde . . 
puzzling ready smile . . 
pleasurable company . . 
Lee, 





ROBERT SAWYER 

Bob D. 

I'all, tantalizing . , . "D" 
. . . never a dull moment 
. . . masculinity plus , . . 
a love for any sport that 
is playable. 



u 


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1 KR SCO II 






Scetty 




Hit; 


\\ 


alt . . 


. Suzie 




sense of humor . . . 


easy 


-going . . 


. sports 


galore. 







GARV SERVISS 
Better late than never 
, . . Poullney bound 
. . . Kinni-Kinnic , . , 
soup . . . never a tare. 



LORRAINE SHOREY 
Petite jetine (illc . . . long 
tresses . . . seamstress , . . 
headquarters Lind holm's 
. . . "those Shorey sisters". 



STUART SEAGER 

St u 


C^ 


Happy-gt>-luck ... . 


••*" 


peepers . . . "Linus 




loves funerals" . . . 


^^ 


always has an answer 


^^P^ y M fe 


. , » barrel o' (un. 


JOANNE SEWARD 




Slender miss ... al- 




ways in a hurry . . . 


■W \ ■ 


Hovs? . . . shy . . , de- 




termined. 





CLASS 




PATRICIA SMITH 

Pnl 
Modern secretary . , . 
nothing displeasing . . . 
dark page-boy . . . seen 
at the Grand . . . very 
nice to know. 



Page 26 



PENELOPE SMITH 
Penny 

Let's be Frank! .. . North- 
western , . , dancing in 
the dark , . , impish grin 
. . . Middlcbury, here I 
come! 





HUGH SPAFFORD 


ROBERT S 1 l-.ARNS 


Hughie 


So 


Town Line Road . . . 


Green Pontiac , . , 


sincerity plus . , . real 
good friend . . . blue 
Kurd . . . road tu suc- 


happy to "Day" . . . 
mv special angel . . . 
Bollo . . , clothes make 


cess. 


the man. 



DAVID STOWELL 


SANDRA 


Dave 


SI R.\ J ION 


Tall man of the opera 


Sand\ 


. . . "Yankee Dandy" 


llomemaker . . . friend- 


. . . Sandy . . . the 


ly smile . . . flare 


world is made foi fun 


skirts . . . Jo, lei's gol 


and frolic . . . am- 


. . . pleasing disposi- 


bition plus. 


tion. 



DONALD soil I \ 
Dun 
Don't (ouch my lunch: 
. , . black wavy hair . , . 
nice to know . . . the boys 
. . . seen more than beard. 




OF 1958 



NORMAN TARBELL 

AVirw 
Pint size . . . history 
brain . . . Memlon , , . 
Cm ue on. smile! , . . Russ 

is in\ pal 




EDMUND 


I.YRDHT 


l.ih 


ie 


Scneius guy 
dark eyes . . 
. . . sniuoth 


. , . those 
■ j i 1 1 1 V grin 
. . quiet. 



Page 27 , 




CLASS 



PATRICIA TAYLOR KOISIKI TAYLOR JANE THOMAS 

Fat Bob Sporty , . . Scrooge . . , 

Eddy . . . efficient miss Mendon . . . blue Ford [ri J? fielld - ■ ■ master of 

. , . petite , , . lpaiia smite truck . . . quiet ... Oh. <"e ski slopes . . . intelli- 

. . . Pep! those brown eyes . . . B«l€e plus. 

slick. 




MARY THOMPSON 

Dark eyes . . , Pete . . 
iiuniiil manner 



KATHRYN 
THt RSTON 

Knthi 



whistle bait 
terrific. 



i;ili and 



, . bundle of 
. . short and 
flare for dis- 
like Gcomc- 



JOAN TOM AS! 
Laughter galore . . . short 
curley hair . . . dynamic 
cheerleader . . . vivacious 
. . . woman driver. 



JOHN TOMAS1 

Safe driver . . . wanna 
dance/ . . . always a grin 
. . , confirmed bachelor 
. , . sharp cfresser. 




FRANCELE VARGAS 
Ready smile- , . . nice girl 
. . , quie» friendliness.. . 
pals with the women . , . 
comes a laugh. 



Page 28 



OF 1958 




GERRY ANN WAITE 
GeGe 

Cheery smile . , . efficien- 
i ) plus . , . any money 
for bank day? . . . Mike 
. . . dependable. 



EDWARD WALKER 

Ed 
Ed . . . fun in my Mer- 
cury . . . reserved . . . 
generous . . . diligence 
phis. 



DAVID WEEKS 

Ma hie ... Is he bash- 
ful? . . . dancing eyes . , . 
English Ford . . . quiet 
with a nice maimer. 




FAITH WHITE MARION WILLIAMS 

Class clown . . . always Dick . . . class rings . . 

buzzing . , . never a dull cute kid , . . smile . . 

moment . athlete? I'll original hair-do. 
say! . , . how's chemistrv? 



DAVID WILLIS 
Dare 
Zombie . . . 4Her . . . 
tall and slender , . . cash- 
ier .. . Anna, 



JAMES YOL'NG 
Jim 
Speed demon . . . "Pixie" 
. i . soda jerk . . . humor- 
ous . . . glad to have you 
back! 




Page 29 





Most Original 
David Kenned) Joan Ikiian 




If? st Dancers 
Mary O'Coiirtcl) Roberl Su-urns 



Dane Most for School 

Joan I'ctcrscni David Kilihty 



The senior class annually 
chooses its most outstanding 
members in a poll conducted by 
the Talisman. The results ol this 
year's poll are shown on these 
pages. 
CONOR ATU LA TIONS to — 



SENIOR 
NOTABLES 



Page 30 




Wittiesl 
Juhn Canfirld Sandra Hubbard 



Brainiest 
Waller Douglas Gretcheu Millet 



: 




Mmt Uktly tu Succetd 
John Toraasi Joan Tom as i 



Page 31 (liiirtest 

Rnberl Pitts Beverly Sanforcl 





l..ni\ ttcalc Martha Ci/m:nli,i 



Rest Dressed 
fohn Tomasl Sandra Cabell 




Hi ^ Athletes 

Hcrnaul Miinfiiiti I'-tilli White 



tiesl Laukii:^ 
Bruit- Malcolm Dnreeii Hector 



Page 32 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



LEIGH t.MI RStlX AltAMS CJiltcKtf 

Monitor Sqwidi Mnnimr Flame; LflUG, 1: Htimtf 
Room viic ru-Mnl^tn 4; Hoph Room Dme tttn 

BgCI 2, 

RFRRV a. ALLEN General 

juriinr Ptutn; SwdMmMnv Mop. * harut 3.4, l.a.A. L 
4; j.r.l. IX ftenwi fijv tommntee: Chrknna* i'ajte 
am 3; G tHMi HCl w epa cB l imnmkiee; Senmr ctuim*. 

ANt*ELlNE A VN tGNCM llminen 

An Chili 1X3-4; JwiMor Miitin 1X3.4 
ELI/*HE*M PMW \H('HEk Bttlf« 

Senior Play 1'ihet; l.ilWumti F-ilhniidl hojnl; Srit- 

Icur {limns, 
1'AI'I- DONALD ARM Its Trade 

Juniui IhPWBJ Snlci) Ouh I; Ossi * -if r CamrnHtCT, 
rachif.i inn AYFR Genoai 

Junior Pmni: Scipamttm Hon; <;.A.A. 1,2; 1 HC. L 

25: FH.A 4: Mima 4. Red ami Wlita r$pi« J . 

inhuman tiuiinew Boiml: Senior t limu%; | hW Mfight 

CoAtmtuK 

LORINNE NORMA MAKM-M* &Ut£c 

Junior hum, SophorHorc Hi p|f: Hand I; Lihrat* 
QmmkH 2.3; virtue 4 -1m1j 2.4. f-M ^ riwwifw 4: 
rali-.Mi.Ln i.lii.rij! Jloartl; hank Rqjiioenltfiiie 25, 
4. Scnim ( '.hnrm; Baccalaureate I ■■slier 3: Senior 
IMa* Taker 4," Senior k e.'c c f/t i oil GtMftltriURi 

EDWARD KM FRY BA1 M FS I radc 

Senior Plat Staff; senior Recepii«n Opinmttiec; Sen* 
tot CftotW 

LARRV DAVIS RFAlF College 

Junior I'imiii, v, t ,|i,,ni.iTr Mm|p; t hum* 2JM: BdJBKC 
(lull I. fetmit n,.i Si,tll: Rul and U Imr E2M; ^ 
ifxlanl t imiljiL.nl Manager 3; CirEidaltuli Manner 4: 
Mome Room Vice l'iL-*iLk'hi 2, ftinfm I -mm FptH 
hall 1.2: Vai-iu I-h-iLjII 3,4; track 1; Senior ( hm 
us. Srmui Riii-oIflui * uuuiiLMe 

h\R|i\Ra k 1iM k Cntfawg 

1i[[]n-r 1'iuiti; Sophomore Mn|i, Vicnu I lull I; (< \ \ 
2.4. Stimt* 2..V4: CH«rtc*«1 2 Sinnn W»« \finic» 
l']yi, 2.-1.4; TiilLvtii.-tn I-.tliiirrtal Ikmnl; llijuif R^kjcu 
IUlsl' MaiifiK*'! '■ HuHtc KtMim Vur-I'trijeivm 2-.t. 
h'Lc-Irl I J - * ■ i i ■ -. I. Sttiior CtMxntK Scnfal Rect|iiioii 
Committee. 
STIVER Hi NR\ hKNM I I Jtatinm 

SfdillH St |u«ph Sc.nlriny KiLlLimt. \'tt lit. tint 

\tw%. JMi(n,r Cmm; SoMliOttum! Ho|i; CbatlM 3; Kf* 

UOb 3.L rnltattM klliloiial Ib^jri], IJinrn- Rihhii 
I H « i f V I f| n j pi- 1 3. ( ■ M 1 4 m nu rilK-i ll t i I'M » 13 1 ( Iff. 
JOAN ll. Bt-tU M Cnllcjtc 

Jlltlitir I'Fulili.: I.'H.V rjtlialMrhliilijll 4, <..VA. I, 
2.-*; IRt I j; MlfOM 3; Swriot il.n Stitf: Hoffo 
R'.ntii Si-L u-iiin I M/jMiitM 2; i'Uf-t. N'i^lii (ViniiiLiEiccv 

FRAN* \s W. BILLA1W |R Cal^e 

lluriili^lcni KiyjJi Scboot, nmrlitl^Lull, \'l., ntll- »V, 
Sn|nlMHTiKnrc Hop; * ItuMuMs I'-^cptm stapc CrcW: Vn 
u»- l*Uv Si a 1 1 

|i>hn t in, it itmfiif 

ioptMWtt&C ihh|<< Scuinr Vla\ Sm^c (-irw 5,4: I hrJ-L 

mAi 'Pageant 2 
STEPHEN BOKMdH Ctuvtul 

V r#i iimt I (■iiiir.il IIl^Ii V Ii,h 1 (. I^iCttV, \V, |Wfl 

yp.TriL 
FRASCINE ELAIXE BCHCHAAO Hn-iih-** 

l.iliimau HnMnr-.s BMflfe I J Him an Eilitdtiul lUuul. 

ScriMjr Rtrtvinuni tuimmiife 1 ; Senior C:fci> >■ us 

t arch t if bfcowx Btuincn 

^ .i i : 1 1 -i k i • ■ i ■ i iii/!i SihiHii. WalllncfoKi Vi ddq ysu. 

M HiLfrNt > IlklllVN t i.lk- K r 

Juniui Mima t; Hi \ 2. iRt 3. PnsManl 4, 

M\RIMA \ ffKOWN (Inic-rji 

(iim'tir Prttm; Ijbran F^WBttl L C-\\. I. Hj%ltt 
•jII 1. r.ilisin.ui Hnitiiii.-M RuarM: Scniur Plat [ ick« 
CUiminittrr. 

RICHARD | [ll RKK limine 

Mnnilnr Si|ii^t; Mumim tlancr: l a Is-.™ an l-'fliinrial 
JJojrtl; Variiti F^iuihalt 4: CUm f.lh ( jjiiimittw, 

RORF.R1 RUSH Qjllcgc 

IL.tn.l 1^54: C:,ntfli> 4; Senint ChDFUf 4. l.K.( 1.2 

SANDRA V CADUX <*ilk-nt 

C'.'l.'w (tcrrclJiv J'ifji.Mirrj 2; Jnniot Pr : fcoJwiflMjft 

Bop! V'llli'l Rni'ininn d liitli'i'. Moflltm V|iiJi.I, 

Iftmftu Padffi i:iiaiijn.iii, siudefli CowicU I. G \ \ 
1 2 .3.4: M tnWf % J *«i iu t M i m « J 1 Motfdon I ; t "lieer 
leader 2; Kcr! nul U Imr 1,2.3.4: A«atM11 fidhot 3: 
hcaturr l-nlmni I l.itnui.hn LiliLurul llnaril; Vmimi 
Sctiiun Filii^ir: Home Rofim Prr^lcm I. t.hW Sent. 
titiW Mhlirit \h.,i,| 
WAYNE FIJQrVn fVNUIIMI <»cnriat 

facalittrtm DummUm 

JOHN k LANMFJI> BoriBO. 

|iini"r I't SH^pln.iniitr Huu JUml L2.3.4; Serlion 

Leader 4; Snmir Plai Stage Crew 5.4: CbrilHmi 
I'.-ilifimi Siaj-r < ttW 3; I ;ih.«ntan Bwtacu Ekiaul; 
Co chair mail Vilmrt|>iioli Ihhe; i law \ij!;li[ Com- 
miiEce. 

GAIL ( \K\IU II UI C'ullrgr 

jllllilil I';. !!■ Vi|ifiiilliij|;t' Hi'|., Stoimoi ■ Sl> 1 1 ) JJ4 1 . M'Hl 

HOI Owta*. Cbona 3.4; C3a« Niglit Commitirc; Sen^ 
tor (lnifLis; {- \ V I 2.3.4; Vajitrcltc 3,4; |lini[ii 
Kfimei 1: Cheer leaflet 2; Si-iiiur plai -Siair; t alU 
man Emiurial uttard, FtotM Rf«>m Strrciarv- I rcai 
nn;r L3; FicM Hockev 1; All New LnRiaml \Tnsh 
H-sitital 3; Arthtn I; (i|*crciia (linnu J. 
kARi. kfnrv CHEVAUfcR Co4lcit 

fiiEinil Phuh; Siiphmitnrr HflW; Uohttdt V|HjiI; Mum 

Star Dante: I.R.C. I; finm-i MfruH Vice J'r«jtlrnt I: 



Vtimn! Rnval Musk Ftitival 2; FonihaJl Manajjcr 2. 

UREMIA CKIOFFI tfwifta 

CA.A. 1.2.3.4; -Science i.Jnli |; UfflMtt 4: Christma? 
Pwnni 3: Ri-il aiijjti \\ 'hil r UuMfit^ Hoard 2 f 3.4, 
r«wmdl Business ttamt; Fkc|<I HtKktV 1^.3.4: Son- 
ball I; ftjixkeilrail U5: CirK VtliWm Waul 1, 
Hitmr Rjmhii \\*cinJil* LCflitkf L Vinfinn I 

FJI/MltrtH |F\N QOFFI huvmpto 

|liiiiih rir.iii; s.i|iini[iiEhrf Ho[j: (.VV 1.2.3.4: Cbaer< 
IrjJct 1,3,4: .Senior Plat Cninmitlrr; Htiiuc Rihuh 
lllivc M»nii[fCT 4; Fu-ld 14m Lit 1; U,i-,k« ibatt I: Srtfl 

Ml 1-2: t3*0Bfk»dm" I>jiici- 1.3; t. V A ; CJnss Night 

C tnltiiT. 

MARTHA LOU CI/MAtHA B*uine* 

|nni[ir Piom: Sopbomurc F4ir|»: Otarnu 12,4: An 
Llulj t,.1.4; t*.A.V. t.2.34: funior Mmho I; \i;i|<n 

cue 12,1.4; I R (.. IJ; \tinm IX: M a I'l.n 

L3; ChrbtMUH i'l^.HiL 1-2.3.4. Rcil UUl M'hlile 
r>oM 3; iitl.l ll-.Ll.ti 12: Sotthah 1X3: B*rtrtbal| 
IJJ.3.L 4<irU' VtfUctk Inraril IJfc I ir«iroijiii Rrwp 
tkltl 11': Regional PIjV CbMoI 3. 

kit HARD i. ll \l t\ C LAR*. JR Cotkw 

SliunoH Squad; Uimitnf li.iinr. Uhrar) Cnunoll i. 
viiiKL' ( Inh I; Senior J'lav SLtlT: hrHi|i.,iH Saitwl 
IJLjj trait 1 2; V.ir.ith I 
li IV III I'AII. rONVN I lT,nle 

U\Rk]N tH\\ \RH MI.SMR (^lk-ge 

H.i I'M ( 1X3.4; Chorin 2.3,1; Science Chih I; Senior 
Pl;iy S[j(I; ItooH' Rxtcnn Seerefi»T*TRanriSf U Foot- 



o.ill s.|0.nl 2.3.4, VanU) MiimtjFjei 4. 
{ ROSBV 



College 



Pag© 33 



MART K. 

Mi m f.i-K'|i'i Vi.iik-inv. Hni|.nml. V'L. Imp tear* 
IK\Nt IS \NN I IMIMW Cullq(f 

ftaiKi l.2J,t: t inn in. llM.l; RcnNn Ptonv; (. \ * 

I; Ret) ami White l^nki 4: I jli«in.in ihr^inoi 

ftaanii \ii State Mmk rotltai t 

MILDRHJ tMNIORIH BuatoeM 

P.iLihnrv HjijU SiliEHiJ. Ponhnpv. Vl.. mil VCUIi 
(Jionn 4; I aliMnan lin^ncv hoint; Home Rwmi 
SeVfdRrj trt.iMilfi I: Cl.itS NitJjIll (oiimiilU-E' 

\| SH|ORIF nVNILLS II n>s 

I i' ; rhyi' Silii-ril, Fiihun. N.Y.. two team; l.ih^. 

man lliitine» Ftnanl 

R \l I'M R. li U h Colkfv 

t4ai% \ h( PrcMtlt'nl 4; jiinun I'tiiih; Si*|>tiorii[iie 
Ho|>, Monitor Sc[ii,ii1 Mntninr IJ.tmt. I.irn.m (.nun 
cil I; Vterxe t Inb I; Senior Plav MaM: Hoirtc Room 
rir^i.tim 2.34; Kci t ln"p 3 4; kcj < mh Pamtf 

l ii,uFiii;in 4; Clim Niglil Comiiiiinr 

Kisimv H, t)AV i mm m 

I m 1 1 1 < -- 1 Profo. Si.|itiiiiLiiicc Ho|u (i.V.A 1.2.3.4; Map 

oreiic 3. 4; I R.C. 1; Mimcn 3.4; Jimmr Mhne^ I; 

Scuiisx Pldft StnilenE Hiretloi: Mime* Plat 3.4; 'l',i'IU- 

man tililoiul lloalH, HjsU-thuM li-.iln 2.3.4; \nh. 

er> I; Sc-ninr Rcicjuinn t ninnotn-t'-. t l,i^ Will, 
kl SSEI I. UFVfFR.S LnllcRe 

jtlliior Ptnhi; Seni.nr Rerrotion ( i'onnLLIer. 
ROUERI llt/rKO JR. Tii.lt 

Simot J'lai Stall 
ROBl-.R I U. l>ONAHLE ( ollege 

Mi. Si Jtirte^h Vrailrtiii. Uniland, Vi. one tear; Jini- 

iiii t'oim. mpfamurtr Hup. Vntm t'lat Cacti Bantci 
hall EJA: h.isehjli 2,3a. Yxniz\ F«Ht*U Mi Vartilv 
IV.i^PmH 2,5.4: Vandt} Ski I earn 3.4. (k>lf Ilvim 
3.4; RO I lllh 3.4. 

U M I tH DOUGLAS College 

MEiEiiloi V|ii.n1 f. IRt 1.2; V- r I'l.n (.List; RetL 

.mil Whist- KiltrfUK M] HoMrte Rhjohi Uiite Managei 
3; National Fhitior VmiK'li I irj^itti. FiMPtl>al| 
Squad Ljtj I rack L'2.3. Ket c Inh Serretars; H.ic.iul 
BcmA AwArsF 

RONAIJ) JUV|l> ENfJ t*eneira1 

Ita^kelliall S([liat! IX* Hasfhall 2; Junior VlNtt) Foul 
I.-.II 2 

RALPH J) FAR WELL 

Vni.-I 1 '" i . i ■- I i.iniinilM 

i I INL>A FISH 

BamL I 2.3.4; S»*ot tlmnm 4; r.HV 
lento Plat Usher; RAcestamneua Cbmmktiw. 

(-KOR<*E PETER FOs 1 1 R TttAc 

Seiimt PIjv SiiiRe t n-w. I i^lniun H aufcet ha 1 1 ; Hat 
i Itel I * a j(i ic Bj ikt tholl 3 ; fa k- 1 1 4 I n ti I la me 5; 

Scnbn Rn'ni'oiHjM ttnmittttci' 

Fl 1/ Utl I Ft (. IU:< I (oIIlr*. 

)nn>oi Piupii; SuUtHJtwnt Hnji; it.\ \ tX SOUKM 
flat M.ilt, I.iiiM-i.ni. I.Litoii.iJ IWau\. Itaaethall 2. 
3. t.lav Nl[{[ii t tuniioirri.' 

Rl( HVRI1 llAKklll !,0(|1)R|( H | railc 

] I'miii; So|>homore H«j|p; Monitor V|hj<L; MfiTi 

iinn jl.mie; t lavs Ni. K hi (rimiTiiitre: OnheMra Vl; 
tlaml 1^.3.4; ( boffti 1X3,4; Senior Gbaem 4: Opw 
ctt« t ait; 3: I, R.C I. K-i\^ Siate: l-'i m *t I >j 1 1 I; Varsity 
4, 

M VK I li A I F.MPL F, HAMNS Collar 

Jiuiior I'Totu; S-i|ihul*liirc Hop; Senior Retr-pEuui 
i omtnlltCCj (r.V.A. L2.3.4: Science (ttih 2; |noi>.> 
Mime* I; Cheerledtkr 2. ); Tahaman E4itl*rtel Biiaitl: 
FloiEie Rotmi VkePrniileni 2; Senior PIb> (a>i, 
Settteff Ww OimiinEiet. I'irlil Hinkei 1X3: Rutketkill 
2.3; Sli learn 3.3: WrK Mhlelic Awatd L 

KENNETH HALL J radc 

Rl* M VRI) A H \LLOCK I i il. 

| liii j li r Prtpm; SOfriWaMtrl! Hi»|v f.hnrnv 4; 1 Kt 
tX Home Room Baafccttiatl I earn t; J.V. Foothall 
12: 1 rack IX G/HUnctki 1X3,4; Saictj Club i. 
Racca la 1 1 rea If Lommk tee. 



I i 



C'Ciiecal 
Historian; 



UAR1 II V V* M WH VRI) l.nii'ul 

K.inl kill I* VV I; litimiiriii MiL>iiirw pWld, 

i*ii I* Mli Id h Vw..oi. BattV I rlfct i 4 

DHKI t N I llht.f OR Cw1k|« 

Jitblm 1'inm; KHptfumm H*up: C3ati Nljfchl Dm. 

hi INK . ( Imll^ 1.^.1,1. Mlt.trK! t t, lull 1 1 12 1 \E« | 

uivtic LlfJ, J huh it Mil tut I. Senior ('!.*> Cm; Home 
Nawtni i' hni i j.i. m.i torn. IJk CSna t'topinvn 

VM, J F v *ll -uhl.M* tk ncnl 

|.iniof PttlHM Sopl^.opi.n.- rtttft; MoolNo SfllUdj 

tlhurtu I; fcnlui U l* 1; 1-1 A I AM: iKi h 

MoMioir lUnii; I II A I; Rrairtflj 2^ Via t're*i 
ikrn 3; fn^iUin J. LfliMisoii EUktot'tal Board; M<mtr 
Raton lipixi Mutwgci -. BaAeUmH & fciHliaJl St 
( oiomenmneut QuiuuUm: Cum i-iii Uaajodatst 

RON \\]y him uv i i-iiii 

l»i\\\. VI HIBHAKH Bu.iun» 

I'M I I 1111 I. Trade 

Vntin Pta(f Eatt] Shop KejurMiniainc; da** Nt^lu 
CjilUtnttiee, f l-Lst Will, Shop l*rcrMilciLl 
Ml KM- 1 Its Hlil.HtN ntiiinrs* 

JktiiMM I'naii; S*.|.liiPinfirc- llu;i, E.H.A. L TalHman 
(,!n..n.il EltMjil; IjIkiimfi Honors Jlo;ml. 

I IH V M IKiMni IS I t ■■■■',!■ 

Jmmoi I' i. v.|.t 'i ■ l . ■ | - . Vrtiur Omrui, FHJ\ 

i. Rfii ami vvhiip a. 3,4-. talmaan EdltodaJ Pcnttl 

jr.. mi Rimini Vii'e frcftidcnl 4; (la,* HiiTotv. 
swim s | J 1 1 iuiarii General 

Juniiir I'limp. Sipptiipmnre H(i|i; EJfattffJ tloiolcjl I; 
Snoot Chorum l- * A 123.4; Scutoi Via* Ct*t. Til 
Ian Biltourfftl iw^ini; iiiiiitr Noona Socrctai) 

Llt.«>iurr ^. \ iir I'u-MilfaMl 3: Sk,i I earn. I ' &.EA 5.A. 

3; AoJ.ttv l r Jttariowlta M: (3av VjJflK lihrt 3; 

i |j« Nighi liriuninEtfc. 
HIl-iihtiKI Ml>) m BUVR1> I r. i..l.' 

JotOor I'iiiiii. AltnTllMUore Hm|i >eoini J'la* Stall 
i U Ml kIM VI III RUT* Allege 

|llMii'L I'r-.nL. Sdj| ihi iMi.ii r r Hii|r ' Ii»ihi I: (.. A V 

1 J, 3,1; Miopv* 3.4, srnpnr rl.i^ Uinimtttee; Vttnm 

l'l,n U i-i . utii ami White M; lalfanaOi 

S(lii»l,i*iK fcctftiita farittu; eltftim cyf rn t n, Dotnctafi 

Lu- 
ll I II VI VKIt HI kl K> Ccnt'iai 

flinttUff ('Hun, Si»| Jl ir - 1 1 i±Lf. Omul', tl jutlitir 

vf ■* I. <■ V V. IJ^.K L-k-C 1; Miiim 2.3.4; 

M pjlai I iiniinHti.i-s IJJ,.^ Hnliit K*nMtl IIthc 

hfmiimci I; StttciafN-'l rctcurct '2,3; Firid HotJkW 
i Ltj^r(]?jll I *J.J; (firh" VthjMn \w.in! 1 

u Mis c»st ik riitiShON renfc 

im IN vl I) kl Wi ( crilf^a 

|muns ("mm: Vi|i!i4iiinLin lli«ft Vitirn 1*\*a\ t'±\n. 

II i ktwilH \ Kr t'tttidtftil. I^AiuMil HtftUfl MUvtl 

: i. \ im- I'HvLilriii l| hnnimll l^!fV" Vjf^rsv U, 
Cit-Cimttin i. Ruritrtba^ l SA4i Vjdii* M, to 
i .i|.i.*nt 4: Ciacli ,1.4. "*cnK<r KcLeplimi (■"►mmitler; 

iiAVin ktvxpsti GoUe|c 

\llt|ul|*f f j HlrM Sj hiM.l. Vi»(uii.ifu |*a tWB lurju. 

| l Prom; rafiBHUKHj Sp.irti ttliiur; FchkiIijiII, 

\ar*H , » 3: t Ijx>- Ni^Mf (.uumiittre- 

»k>xna k^\\Kin uiiicfpr 

4lii|H(|h|i,ii Htgii Ivhih'l, \]njidi.|>|w. i'a. m'n Jmhitm 

'I a 1; M'-niMn VpiHil. SCCCT tt T p I H V. Vm 

l*rc*iilrrnr I, l^h*Hijin. Kititnr-fn Chief; V-nnn Cihu< 

am, 

\i\\ III V klHILIA i nlLcici 

t la« I'pr^tlcni 3; 1 nc fifcuiilcni fc Betfeun- 1 itrtmir 
ct |; | liilKm I'tf.m; 5npHlllimfR Jh»|H MtmllOff Sh:|li,«lI. 
QfrittttH I, J.I, 4; HniniL 1/2,3,4, Stuclrnl PtvecDtff *! 
t I»..hp> 1^.4. Sindt-tH COWWCfl MJA, l'r«.-inkm 4 h 

MimJiih llanm Stniwi v\j\ dm: Ki-ii ^mi white 

-i tihiH.n.il Uiii.i I latMBiatTi \fi KcUuc; H«thh' 
HiHuii I'lrNJikin 1!.3; N.iliuriiit flutmr .^xi*cv 3,4, 
Ukhp StUit; kf> Un"» t,4; VII Stji, \Nmi T-iMh.iI 
ll. \|,,nrn Kdyfl Mu«n Kc^iiVitl i.1 J. tfnhn^n 
I'Ijiv:. nan Virig 
|tM\ r VI IV I UOt t^mrrjl 

jiiiur.i Pftnn; SnMuipptinin- Hm|i. >:.uLm' lifik-uc Ai*jril 

2 *■ V V I J'VI. M.^'if'tlr \4; Chcudcwtfl I 1]; fed 
mi |'E,ii, i Wi IjUiimafl Unvint^ ILcUfil. lluiPir ktnun 

Viiririrv I itj-,4Pin I tlitV* BaaVfrrtiaH Uh SbftbaJI 
v i Ian VtjiSn ( ummlim 

I I v.NXfi Mmu CtotKial 

\i»|ifnnii'Jl(* Ifi"}!. jllltien l h fuio, Mi-nUnF Vjujit; Mi hi 
*i. .E h.pn.i ( o 'Pitlin.Hmg ( (iiiiMiiiiirf. C VA I J '■: 1 
Sta fctari ; I m \ wwtj Qpeolnda i 2. v aralt) 

C lltn-rS* ,u- It r M; jfenifil KnffPlipprp ('nninHltcc; Scrum 

i-i.i'. M..ii kni rod ujiiu- i v|nvi 3, HtaU I >;ji*i 1l 
i f. in. kiuirn 5ccrvaf¥-1 mtsura 3, Dfiw Mji 1,1^1 

, K |l.i»k- -llmll 1.2.3; Suflkill J; Chcrrlra.lrrs tlgin» 

SKI I IF, I ASfc Humih-m 

m vki.vkf.i hthJlM BmlvM 

K.M.A I, 

VKIMI R t*SAN I I l rwk 

|-..MLlr.,ll 1 |; [ tiP, k 234 

It ail» I EONaRD |,.m!. 

Jl m I M I MJNAKI1 General 

lapbtmuHV h.*|i; ju]ii.n rrnni. Caionn 3; Snrira 
UmrLH h Si l^ I pi, 1 Cjjumi] t; G \.A, IJ2.S.4; |UBkM 
Ml Hit*: J A riinrkjLlt r I; V^rMt\ Oicnltjil 
trt I; Vitu.r Pta) SijK, Hnnir R4WH1 PfdWOM I. 
^ 1 - '.I Hockey I; BiiiLrlluSI H' 3: SthiUjN 2 

CLVt tkJA IKUtS BiHinc 

Choni> 3.4 

KIC HARM J tWIS TrmJr 

J-HILJP HacK£NZlZ nimul 



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WUttimHUWn lti(tlL Sthtpol, Utllianuiown, VfnnDnt. 
ilnrc itjis. Cnai Co ttM rt 4. 

IV Hk l r h M vl LOI vi College 

Crvnln I4(gk SthnaL WairrNiK^, C-niifictiiciit, three 
vein Srnuir 1'lav CCM; Vantfi) Funilrall 4. 

Bf-RNARD j. MINI. IN General 

tA jllmgltiri:) MiRh VIpikjI, WaHinjffiH-d, V^thuhi. fine 
trji. SuniLtr l h U> ('am, Jinihjc ]*n>m; SiplwiTuore 
Hi f p. V^tdt) liHiglp^ll 5,4. VaniJv iUsicrball %.i 
■-I M- ■< Reception Cmuatmt 

|OV H MVSUN Cullc|e 

lliakfl i'luix. SoutMHWftK lln|j. G-JUi. 122.3; 1 R.C 
I, Miiiits 2,3.4, \fimex pta) CoTnuiitlee 1; J'ali«man 
Biiiuicw patnU Hi>me Ruum Vkc J'r«ninH 1; flaiiti 
ki-]Pii'sri>E4rivr ^ r 3; Hu^kril'4ll IJiJfc J-jrld HiKLkey I. 
Sol 1 1 1,1 H 1.2. (.Law Njflr.1 (^iitinnuci- 

kl SMELL IAMI-S MAMIVM 1 ratle 

Hi.iKl.tittMV, Hijih VhrM.l, VYiMMbtrprfi. Vertrunii, «ne 

xr.ll 

VkJUI'H M, klkkVHIK Ccnvml 

luniai IHiiiii; SurtMMBDK Hop! i-inurr Cuunri) I. 
[,,\,\ I J: EJLC 3. t.Snv Cfth Cimimiuee. 

CAROL A MiSfAMKR HitMiiDit 

MniiLtic ftutud; VkPimoi l^n<e; CJUL I, 
rUO&IAS MkPH£l Cvflttcnl 

<.RK'ltlUN 3 MlLUX College 

Jiinmt Pmm; Suulitittiors Hi>|j; Monitor Nquail; Vfun 
Hlji ll^m^: ( j imMtettf rnient CiHTiinLtlcc; tJiiM Night 
I nhrr 3. tlrclit'sira 1,2.3.4; I aliMiian 4 Ktra-Liiirkulai 

viitiirr^ tihir.i. tJrlw tManajei >■ Chl»' Stale ai 

tnijjtc: KiiM I'lin- tl^lin t l-dimMLa% Li^y t-fHil^c 
SttiHlit I'Tli* SiErftt tllniyink t.'h^Ji (.LintOt; Ml 9UU 
Otp: lli.-Ura J .1;, Alt New tttgLiliI t IliJltri 3; <.'JkH.ii* 

l/2.3 f 4. BawJ ijh.3,4; Rnl ami M liiir Burimja luui.i 
8A4: &4-i>H.ir I'la* t.^iit; Scjkim t humv 

I'l-lbR R NORTON t*ntral 

J A h.h-itwll a, Vtrtty Ftotbfttl X. V^fsit^ I rack 
M.ui.ifn'i 2,3,4; Crotl unaUT) Manager 4, 

KUMUM. M I Il\t. UadL 

}■ not full I 

M\kV \ oi,{)\Mi,|| i ulii-g. 

JtniKiE I'hmm, ViiHJt Kneplixitt; Suphainorc Htip. 
i I,.-,-, P 4 . ■ | - - (Javi Night (Vjmmiitee^ Chorn* 3.4; Svn- 
bf lUMTOI I. (..A A 1,2.3.4. Majurrlte I2>.3,4: I.H.I 
I; Minn?* 4; Senior f'la^, 1 tiliwiian t'lliLcirial Bnard, 
4. irk SE,jir VIi^j n,nr. Cifb VrJikuf kward I; Rnt 
i-iilaiitf jtc I \Uct 3; VH New England CNunu 3 

UNI I V\l ,[ I v^kl VH H liaur 

Seoitai I'Ijv Cut; Halrhei Leagtu - M 

«,UI li I'l-IOIT hi im 

Ll NKT I I I'l kklNs iEu.Mi,- 

<.. \ \ I „ 

\OW M l k H HRSt>N Oilkgr 

Claw SccrrUiV I r4.-A»iir(ri 3; jHOtU i H iriTii; CgM 
Nigh i ( 1 1 Mn n 1 1 r-nt- ; MtHiitot StjUiUl.. Mhiipjicpf Dante; 
Bainl IJ2.3.4; i Ui*tu\ 22t.4. vtimr Churin: Sttnleiit 
CjOMIkP 1,4: t,A.A 2, VRX: h Snutn 1'tay Caxiq 
irtJiJtee. ( hmMinav Ingram I 1 , Rml ninil White, A* 
ii*| ,im l ft« m i.Tii'M M iiiiiRrr 3; HtiM hcu M j n igr r \ ; 
I aliii'HJii VHtKtalc Eihlur: Kmnt Rimin Es-emleiu 
1.4, .N.ildiihijl HiHittr Stmiclv 3.4, I'rpMilrnl: I'J V K 
(■chmI t,llJJcMi,lM|i («iil; Clftr State Aliernale^ t-uihi 
.iiiiiri t -in i R Htttiul torftX Miutt Festival 3.4 

MOCpLR M WON I'IKt Culli-Re 

Jonnit pRMnt Ouhntra 223.4; ftand 1,2,3.4, Cihtittit 
I 2-.1 t v-nmi flnnili i. BrjeiKC (,lnl.i 9, Strniur t'Lii 
(^HnniHii-f; ChrlURW l J HRriiiiir 2,3,4; 1'alismiaii ri! 
iltjrijtl lUx^tcik. limine KlHuiJ \ itf PirMilrtil 3; Stn- 
- »»■■■.-: Imam! "I Mtiivk Department 4; Situteni Man- 
jri-i i.l Musk ltc|jjilinrin 2.3: Stair M»nagvr I; 
Ctttf Night f.pmniiKee. 

ROBERT tl l-l I IS ii.uiui 

I I MIA rRKSlVAkt CiPJIege 

Junior I'tihsi Ctnlnmuu fkttfouaatt H"pj Scieme 
Chih I; C A.A, lii.3,4, I.R.C. !2!: Uiniur Mimn I: 
Minm 2.4; I \" chmlratler 122; Senior Kla* CflRl 
miitee; laliundn Editorial Board; Aiacmhly Citi«le 
I; timr Mjnjgci h i'ithl HinVr\ 122. haskrikall 
122.3, ski rtftn 1/23, drill Afhk-in Awanl 1. Spfl 
kail j.2. Utine* l>^nit f haiifnan. Archery h Varsiti, 
E.nh kj4.cripjli 2 3; I.Iji. Nij-ht Vjrmmitlve, 

IHRIHR\ E I'M Jitk CaMtgC 

Uhii li Ih^-Ei Vh.npl Rclhrt. \'crnitJnt + two years, 

St |MlnL*Eiiir\ ^ladeiny. Si. jidm^biirv. Vrtnioni. ipnc 
year; Scnmf Reirpt.iHi <iminon'ti<.T. 

fCIHK Klin Imhntrial 

Ji«nii.r horn: Sujihtfmtire Hop; t'ootluill I; Bj-kci 
fi4ii li*. Senior Riiepi iom GtauaiHafc 
IHJNAtn |c>SKI*K RIBFRtn' Oeilefc 

foninr t'Hpni; Otrlibtta 1,2-3.4; StaHaot Kerepiion 

uwtmUJten 

TlKVhRCV J RICH College 

tiirnor front; *"pkomoxL- Hop C "haittnan: Moniifir 

Hantr; Moi Squadl t.irk" A think Association I, 

2.3; Miim'i E'l.-nknt 4; Sctliof EEay Staff; frodut- 
iion M:inagrr L htima Hlajs 5; SettkHt Chorus; Clan 
Niphi Cononilliv; M.i*-, Will; IhrMtmai Pagrant 2: 
k'il and Whitr Wii|p>r IJft \ui4tam Editor Si 
Se*M Ediioi 4; takuiiari EdStoria) B»ard; Home 
Room Vkr-l'rnidfiU i; Konit Room 5etr«ary-Trca%- 
lirei i; Hinc UatndM 3: OirlV Stale; Craduaiioo 
Utter 3: S^rck Rental 3; Speech Fatttal 5; Make 
up Wmk.«ih"0 4. 
HARhARA MARV RllllON CmermL 

JUDITH \NN RITFR Cnlkge 



Pag© 34 



junior Prnm; Siifihoinnre Hup, Art Chili I; C-JVA. 

2, Ml i Socretarj i IR< .' MhtM 2,3.4. Rcri 

amt White 2.3.4; laltRman F^ jI ftsafdj SetiioT 

Rerepiiurt CoOMftlttee, 
I INLVA V\N KtiBlKl 1 . Cntenl 

| ir t T i ■ itp . SeatajT Rnrptioo titniMnUlfC; Sopho- 

PiMff-c lki|i: Cili'iHu 4; Senior (.huniv; ti.\A. 2; v n 

rot \*U\ CjiintiM'ticf laVaearf learn 
iiiWKlt t, R4iftFRM GeaenJ 

lli.me RiM.pm hj4.nli:pll 1/2. \jr«,in EiPOLltall 122 J 
IV. tia^ciltall IA VaiiiTY hwk I 2 Ll 

ffhll'll RiJBINsiiN t .ikij, 

Jiinmr IVhik Cla*i Nighi CocnmiEtee; SoptiooiOve 
li. i. Mlhmou Halite. OrrhrVni I; Rand 1,223.4; 
c horua 1,2,3.4. Snnlent Hlpx^coi 4. Senior ChonOj 
MojoJiai St|tiad; CAA 1.2^, Jnolor StJine.v; Minm 
2.3; SertiiPt I'liiv Ca,«. Mimn Cm*\ 2.5, Student: Hi 
jetton Red and Wlnsc 2 3, Cudiaftjjsi Editor 4; Na- 

iiurul H vmiui 3t C- i r U" Stale; Eield H^Kke^ 

23; |]j<Lerli;iLl 12J; Cnl* AihJetu Vwaid I XX 

|l v\ 1 1 ROOCERS i irikfi 

JnMitit I'n.rn. Sophomore Hop, 1'uhlkiiy Chairman; 
Uontim EkariBc rS*htkto| Cbaimut; Noojiof Siiuad; 
t.ri- vihi.-ji. iward I; *. v a J.2 ; PLC 1, Mim« 
I, Secreian L V|L « PieaWeni *; Senloi riaii fiutll 

Slaijr M. iii, ij;- 1 M;rii,^ Cl.n .J. CbHttflkai I'jgt-anE; 

Red and WrtiN 2 ' ( s lfn*ffirt1 EcDlDl ^ Kdii.ir lei 
Cikiei J. rafioDU K|KKtt Writer; Htmie Ro»m S«- 
fVtar] I le,i*Oper 1. i,h[\ Sute; F it-Lnl llti ke« L 

iVatlietkall L Vikn CutindQ 1 rea>>uier 3; GaaoiU 
pi. hi i ihei I; Sefltn Reet|ttlMi| Gtam i'op|pketv 

I IRMSJ Rl PPE III ColltKc 

i. I lis l'?e*ideni I, jnnioi l*r«m; Settlor keiepiiun 
t ..nniiiitre; SppphppinoTr Hipp; Red ami vuun;. v- 
abtaai Sporo fcditoi 2.3. ^xwu Editor 4; Home 
k 1 h hiit B j ik ctka El I XSA J Nat iooa I H utin r Set let % 
3,4; Bov*' State; Football UtMi Vamtv 2,3,4; Haiket- 
UD lij.* \.,iMh vi B.P«-kall I -If, Trat-h 2,3.4: 
hr\ (lull 3; Senior Hirrtnn 4; Claw Night Cum. 
iroitLi- 

ANIHCJNV RU5BO t. corral 

Sophomote Hup; fvy tMannog; \ti Cluh li CJnitll 
ream 1,2,3,4; Vaniiv 3 1 

MARY ELLEN RYAN College 

Mi W |,iM[di Viadioi_v L Riolatid. Vermont, three 
wtn Orthcsira 4; Rrnvl 4; Mimci 4; Senmr f*la> 
l.imtrnHHr. .Senijtir Ki'iOfilirH] * unniiilri-"- 4 

DONA1 U EDWARD sAMHRSON I rade 

ItFM-RI.Y MARY SAMURh General 

U.TTien Mardrog Higft Stlrrhnl. Brirlgrport, Cotin,, 
three * ears. Sctiiot Vla\ t.omoiitree, I jJimiao Editor- 
bjt) Board 

VkWm J SARtiEM 4a>llegu 

Junuir I'TMin; Sojdmntorc lk. f i; M^nilur Matuc. 
Miinil..r SipiJit kknOB Cttth fc , Dlitfl Manager 4; 

Pnca 2: kt"v Chd> 3,4: DUH I tat) 4, Statfot Re 

c ap tton ('ommittee. 

I'VfRif ll V SAHf.tM Comirmcl.l 

SnphmiHHv Hnp: &AA IJUh (tartclltall Ijt.*; Cirb" 
UMldc Awaul I. S,. Iil.il IJ.4. HowlinK ■(; (irjtlua. 
Ikm Chrr J, 

kiilll Rl IV WH'YF.R t^llfjjt- 

j.mii.r I'ii,.,!,, Vrrniir Hftgtjlrim Ct^nntltlcr; So|,]u, 
ni.irr Hii|i; (.law \,^hr fi,inml,tfci S<rriir,r rlav 
I'limniiiitt: Hume Rimin llaitciliall lij,<; tun' 
suit; Foothill U.M; VJriin I.LM ( nt jptain J, 
Bsjti-tliall ISMi \inm Mi Iratk li'J.l; V»rcm 
li'.S.I. 

« U I I'M Sdil tslle,, 

Jiliiiiir Krum- Scnioi Kccrplinn Ctrnimiltcc; Viph... 

11 ""V I law Ni|(!ii; Srnmt l'l;ii I luitmlUKt 

Hdmr R,»,m Baakrtliill li-jm lijjfc Hi«> Sl.iK 
h„iluli }31X1; Vmtn SA; nnkrilull UJ.4i Vjmftl 
11: Itawlull a.11. Vat.iiv i'Jl i; Ink H; VinJM 
,i I, kta i Nil. j,4 

•■II IK i I BEACEH (ollfj, 

Innitir I'nmi, Soplnmiwr Hop: Baixl ia.J.i, i i 
2.1; Stlintf (im, I: Stui.it I'bv. CSni; Rd j,„| ttli ilt . 
I In tjlllur I..II.IIU,, r ,ti|„Fi,l IWi.irrl; ( liu \l R hi 

Comnilltec. 
[.AM r. StRVDS Uinlnco 

Vipti,,in,.!i. Hop: Viumu I. h nl, j II 2, J : 'l' rac k g^. 
HstchC Ira^oc ftMfceltHttl 

t'lVSNt <HMkl. n,^,,,,, 

l-(.K*.\IN.. Mil IKIA B„ s ,nc 

rVIRICIA M. SMIIH „.,„„,, 

s< i pl,< >uu.,. Man; V!.,n.i,,i Stl Muiili.ii lljucc: 

CiK li!,l.,„ w, r ,| I. k.A, t> f ir.A. !; HILmoju 
RUtimn HimiiI. Snu.,r flji i',|irt; Bm.lit.s i: <:»»,[ 
iijuni, I ^lir-, :l, li^nk Kcprrufniaiivr +: fetimr Kc 
,f..p1iini £ iiiuninIrL- I 
t'K\eLaPE VI SMI IN folkci 

Jimlo, Prciin: Vlunllur Stju.il. M„.,n„, |u„ [P - or 
ekam ISM, StBotni Dincim Mi Chwia 1AM 

JllHir.r «.,,„, |, |KC (J; Vjn)p , ,;, 1; S||| ., 

Mai Im; kr.1 iiuil Whiw 1!.:U; l'ali,rnan Ktlicortil 

111 'I ' ' RM*: Opmui »i (.iib- Vihlcik v».,-,l 

fc C I ! Ui kll Suu 12.11: All Mm EnMaiKl 
Mini. h.«[,, a | 2J.1; M um „ Rllva | >hlrtl i.^ijjj! ; 
11: Southum \ i.imriHi \[i M , t'fitii-al 2J: Chorut 
Awanl J| <li,i lr ,iia \u,ord J; (:lj U Vigh, to,,,, 
mil ui- 4 

IIUNM.l) A SOUI II 

h rknr RsccmIim Cinnmuirt 

lllllll Rliftt.KSS SI-AFhoRl) CoIIwt 

l.laa Iremiiifr 4; Juoior Pr.ini, Moiiiini icjulil; 



Moniiur Panfp; Senior Pla> Cast: Track 2.S.1; Varwtt 
trait 2.J.1: Iiibs t'ounltv, Cjiplain i; ClaM Nighl 
IVHUiriilicc- 
ROI1IR1 ARCHER STE\RV> ( .JlrRr 

W'ilhjin*li,wu High Vlnnil. WjIMsmstowo. Vrimnm 
nor scar. Junior Priun: Sophomore Hop. Muuiior 
s.pia.1. Monitor l>aiiit: Seuinr Play C:.io: H*nnc 
Room Vire-l'resJrleni S,4: Boy,' Stale; l.o.ilv l : oi.| 
hall )A: Bi.liFlliall 2J: Uiun Ba.kelhall 4: tiirk 
2.5.H. Qtt. Md^ii fjunmlliee. 

FMVIt) II SIOUUL fa.lle|re 

|ilnior Prom; Sophomore Ho|i; Monitor l):oi,r. Hi 
itaH 2J: Haml I2..V I Imnn 15,11; Senior I ho 
rut; Stioleni l.>iunill Vi..- |-ji-*iil<-iii 3. Mi.iiiroi 
SfUBlt, Ilea,! Monitor; Kirslini.oi i'la! 1,;im, l.rnj.t 
malt pageant; Operetta CMt] Hnmr K,hiiu Vire- 
PrciLk'in I. Initr; Manager 2; VtHiitnal Httnnr 5o> 
tiny U: Ban' St-Mt-; BO)t' \yu..n; FbMtatl I5.S.4, 
Variltv 11; Trauk 1 Krf Cluh 1», Vi.r 1'rniilenl 
1; Ml SlMc 2: All New En01nll 2.S; Mu.tnt Royal 
2,3; t-lai* Night LtiriMlilllee 

SAXtlRA ITRATTOT) Bo.inm 

KORMAN r ^ IR'BELL i ..ll. c . 

Mcmiioi Dante: Monitor Siplatl. Irramrrr 1. 

I liVIIMt I \R1IIFE. JR. liadc 

R.H.S Safelv Council 3 

l-V IRH UI Ul.OR Coliep 

I atonfa Migit Sttukil, Lamnia. SH„ one year; 
t l..t. SelleEai! I. Jutoi.r E J ],im: SotllHHnvpc lt,i|i. 
Mi.iiitor Scpiad; Monilor Uance; C-la,* ^ight Com- 
mittee: Band Dance 2; i. 1.1 i. Il.in.l S,H; Stti 
.i.'iii t ..iiiiLtl L' .y. Senior Play Staii; f htisinuv lj«t 
It; Tali.man Edit„nal Ikiard; Ihnur Ri,,,o Pre»t- 

iUiii J; StHUlierit Vermont M tmlr Ao.itt , J- \ll 

New ['.tigland Music Auilili'iliv 2: Sltitlefil CoUHetl 
(oiot'tu 2; t l.i^s MrIii I ther S; i.la.s llfo.ii. 

KlHlr.H I t ItARI IS I AVI, UK t.eiii-ul 

Si \«mel ( iuh 2; Tratk. 

|\M AMELIA IHOMAS Cotkp 

liiiiiLii IViini, St.plioriicHir Hop. Band 1^.5,1: Sdncc 
i I .i I . j t. \ \ laJM Vi" li, >i. inn 1 I'iniiieni 
4; Senior Plav Staff: rali,niaii litlunn;, I B,,.n,i. 
I i.l.l Hwkey 1.2; Baitethatl 1.2; Ski Team 1,2; 
C.rrk VlhliTii \ t, Jnl It; S,ilil;jJJ l,2„l 

yi\Ry i. rniiMi'Mis BhiKiiiIi 

pLuior I'lnm; Sophomore Hotpj Clmlfl>elUBnwn| torn, 
ourtre. Bjlul I: llnnir Riu,m I It, it' M.irlager I. 

nowhrin I,. on I. •,. , I'jjt '.s.iH. I .ilivio.in Bus 

iBjcjH ftojol, Scallfii Play Comniitlrr lahMiiar, l.l 
u.nijl Rotnd, Auetnhtv 1 eaiiet 4; Senior Chntll* 
lUTflBYM t\\ nil Rsl i)\ („linie 

Junior I 1 , S,.}ilinmoie Hop, Choio. 1.2,14. Vn 

uir Oinnn; C...A A, IA3.4; [R.C. I; Mime. 2.S.4; 
Junior Mimes I. Senior I 'lav I ;,o, Mimn Plat 1.1; 
Oiriatmas I'ajieatit 2. .14. tipetetia, I ti.n.t^; lah.man 
r. In, .rial B..arit. Batralanreale lUc II Ml NlrW [.Tig 
lantl S: StounE Royal 2, All \rw lugland Atltlltton 
J W High StlhK,) Speeth Festival K: Sjieerh Rciital 
1, Sotillitrn Venuoui \tiihnor,. 1.2. t rnuniewenlrnl 
t i,[ui nutec 

|(IA\ I [OMASI ( nllrge 

| im ■■ >■ I' nun ( o t:hairman: V,pl,,„rti,tc Hop Co 
t-Jialrmaii; Monitor [Vault-. Slioli'in Innriiil Sll th- 
lary Tirasutes 2. StiiiErin toumil Cooiennnn _'. 
(,A \ I.LM Miines 2; Vhiultsir S,p,,,i1 4; Junior 
Mimes 1; t Iteer leader I5J.4; Senior Plas 4^mtnitlee; 
Res! antl White 14; [alistti.iu Fihmri.LL Ho.loI; ll,„Ttr- 
Hiniiii Pri;sLilene; Htmie Room Drive Mauagri Si 
t.ols' SlaKC Alternate, Cirls Mhleric Vw.rrtl I 
(lifl Cinmlticr. 

(iillV 1 ItiMASI (nllege 

' I..W Prt^i.leni -i: Class Vt,e Prestdent S; funim- 
Prom t\* Chairman; Sirphmnorc Hop CnA'hairman; 
\4.,ioi,.r Hatisr: Sliulent Council 14. Mooinu Sqtiutl 
4; tToorllmaitng f 'oiutuiilec; .Scriiot l'J;,v Cast. Ilu.iie 
KiHiin VitePrestdrrit 2; Home Room PirM,1cnt S. 
1; Bos*' Stale: Jsev <;loli l'r,-v|.l.-,ii. Vii.iit R^cpilnii 
I .nil nil t lee. 

FHAM IFF \ \RC.AS Busiuess 

FH.A. I. 

t.KRRV ys,N UAITE Buslnrss 

Jnoior p T ,,m; .Sophomore Hop; Chorus I, Senior 
Plat Committee: Senior 1'lav f^.l; lahnnan Buit- 
ineis 4!sianl Manager; Home facta \ u^ tir-ii.!, in 
I. Home Rihiui Seiieiary 1 rrasnter 2.4,4. Senior Clio 



tollcKf 

lollege 



tint I kli It WALKER 

tin .., Laureate Commuter. 
H4VIH W WFfckS 

Track 3; Vnrsiiv 1 
I 111 II IRENE WHILE i ,,ll,i:, 

( Imriii 2.3; Cirls'^Atliletit Awatil I.V (., A. A 1.2. 

3.1: 'Faiisnian Business Hoard. Iirld lliKtey 1.2.3; 

llajkrllull I.2..14; Sohliall 1,2,1 II. u. t|lUr<»« Coin 

tiultir 
MtKltiN PiM/AHE I'll WILLI IMS Central 

R-is. it'll |i High Stl ■■ •■■! iviego, Calilornla one 

scar; Chula Vista High S.lio,.l. Chtda Visia. Cjlif.. 

one scar. Juni.o Pom,.. ,,, ( lull 1, t, -t 

rn.oi hosoirsi Itnaul. Senior Rrtrptiim loninntl.f. 

In-Ill llmket 4; (task filial I 4. Sodlull 1 
riAVII) C. WILLIS i ..il.j,,- 

Jufllnr Prntn; An Cluh 4: Red and While 4, lnh. 

iii.in Business Boani; Key Cluh 3; Ctu ptonhec,. 
[AMES V VIIIVI. (allege 

Sophomore Hop; flaml 1.2,4, Srirnir t lol. 1; Ftmt- 

h ill Sciuad 2; Vanity J. 



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TALISMAN STAFF 





ASSOCIATE EDITOR 

Joan Peterson 

The life of an editorial staff member is 
a busy one. There are pictures to be taken, 
layouts to be planned, copy to be written, and 
deadlines to be met. 

The business staff is concerned with 
equally important activities, which mean the 
financial success of the yearbook. 

Behind the scenes are the advisers, di- 



FIHTOR-IN-CHIEF 
Donna Kennedy 

reeling and co-ordinating, correcting and ap- 
proving. At last the great task is completed. 
All who have had even a small part in the 
preparation of this book experience a glow 
of satisfaction at a job well done. Now there 
remains the greatest thrill of all, that of seeing 
the fruit of their efforts-the 1958 TALIS- 
MAN. 




ART EDITOR 
David Kibbei 




SENIOR SECTION' STAFF 
Seated, left to right: Kaihy I linrsiun, Patricia Taylor. 
Sandra Cabell, Editor: Penny Smith. Curinne Barllelt. 
Mary O'Connclh Standing: l.icla Holmquist. Betu 
Fucri, Gail Carmuhacl. Re\erty Rich 



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ACTIVITIES STAFF 

Seated, left to tight: Adelia Bedding, Gretchen Mill 
er, Catherine Hurley, Cn-Editors'; Joan Beriau. Stand- 
ing: Kendra Day. Barbara Berk 





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ART STAFF 
Seated, left in right: Judith Robinson. David Eibbcy, Martha Hakim. Standing: 
I.intla Prespare. Jane Thomas 




i yhsts 

Maryt'lkii M.ililin I l.inunc lloiii luivil 



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SUBSCRIPTION STAFF 

Left in right: Miklrc-il Danfnrth, Frances Cushman. Brenda Chioffi. Fraiicine Bouchard Patricia 
Smith, David Willis, Gerry Ann Waitc, John Canfield, Faith White, Martha Brown, (nan 
LaCoe, RachaeJ Ayer, Marjorie Daniels. Marion Williams 




SABRINA 
FAIR 



''I In timujfeur won't hear of it.' 



Lights! CurtainI These familiar last sec- 
ond backstage commands heralded Sabrina 
Fair, the senior class play, on November 14 
and 15 in the auditorium. 

Directed by Mrs. Mildred G. Crowley, 
the comedy-drama of life among the wealthy 
on a Long Island estate and the romance of 
the son of an aristocratic family with the 



chauffeur's daughter was well acted by a 
large and competent cast. Playing leading 
roles were Kathy Thurston, David Kibbey, 
Penny Smith, fudy Robinson, Stuart Seager, 
Gretchen Miller, Doreen Hector, Walter 
Douglas, Paul Hill, and David Kennedy. 

They were supported by a group of sen- 
iors in the role of dance guests. 



Fro7it Row, left to right: C. Hill, D. Kennedy, D. kibbey, YV. Douglas, S. Seager Second Row. 
G, Miller, J. Robinson, K. Thurston. P. Smith. D, Hector Third Row. B. Rich, H. Stafford, 
M. O'Connell, R. Stearns, G. Waitc, B. Malcolm. R. Donahue, S. Hubbard. D. Heefe. M. 
Hakins, J. Tomasi, j. LaCoe. W. I'askevich. R. Ayer, Mrs, Mildred Crowley, Director; W. Mangan 



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"GtnUe swain, nt thy request— t am 

1 1 ere." 



"Maybe voii'rf like to—" 





"Heitol It's been so long since I've been here.' 



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Script 


Git t 


Joan Tomasi 


Production 


Maiuigti 


Ikicrh 


Rich 


Studeni Director 


Rem Ira 


Day 


Script 


Girl 


Barbara 


Beck 



SENIOR PLAY STAFF 



COMMITTEE HEADS 
Seated, left to riglil: Joy Mason, 
Roger l'ike. Mary Thompson, 
standing: Mary Ellen Ryan, 
Jane 1 linmas, (.crr\ Ann Wait*, 
Barbara Berk 





STAGE CREW 
Seated '<"/' to right Patricia 
I ;r. Inr. Joan Bcriau, Roger 
Pike, Larry ltcalc. Ralph Davis. 
Standing: Peter Foster, Ralph 
Fanvcll. John Canfield, Richard 
Clark. Christopher MuniEorcl, 
Warren Cornier, Edward Bat- 
tles. Roller! *De/cro. I heodore 
Hubbard 




Junior Class Officers 

St'<-wtni\~'l'tf(isiin'r, Joanne Russell 

President, Grctrhen Lamb 

Vice-President. Margaret Grant 



Sophomore Class Officers 

Secretin ^-Treasurer, James Maynes 

President, Daniel Onion 

i'tee-Presidenl, Frank Hinehev 



L 





CLASS OF 1959 



ROOM 201 

Front Row, left to right- L. Champncy, J. Anderson, M. Carvcy, E. Danforlh. F. Bates, C 
Baird, A. Bcnul Se-cond Row: P. Birchard. L. Cox. C. Davis, L. Bccbe, S. Charlton, II Car 
i.ira. H. Billings Third Row: L. Clark, C Carlson, J. Baclon. C. Briggs, S. Davenport, J 
Bowed, T. Blanthard, C Adams Standing: R Carrara. J. Abtrnethy. I>. Cox, C. Arthur. R 
Carpenter. C. Biiiitull. A. Coarse, R. Dahlgiin. X. Barllelt. W. Buffom. R. Bordeait. A 
Co veil 





ROOM 80S 

Front Row, l< ft tti right: L, Martin. B. Maytvard, M. LaVoice, | I'eake. K Kinney V fostselyn, 

I.. Laaksonen, (,, Lamb, S. Lewis Second Row: V. Mailhim. Morris, A, I'akli. |. MimjiIiv. 

P. Ladahoiulie. C. Liiidholm. H. Page Third Bote: R. Morse, F. Lane, ( . l.voih, M IVlets. | 
Martin, S. Potter. \1. Malmgren. J. Ijndholm Standing; B. I'hilliurl. T. Munukka. ( Mufflfbrd, 

W. Littter, T, Olson. R. Morgan, I'. Moon-, \. I.cvenson. R. Miller. \V Messcr. I Leonard. 
A. King 




ROOM 203 
front Row, left to right; I,. Hyland. C. Could, I'. Homer Serimii Row: B. French, S. Hum. s 
Davis, K. Dennis L. Doner. J. Doly Third Row: C. lanni. M, Craoi. J. Dicw. M. Gallagher , 
F. Hayward Fourth Row: C. Johnson. I). Cibnan. 11. tumid, O. Humphrey, R. Helelia, \V. 
Johnston Ulili Row: R. Harvey, G. Edd) Standing: W. Harvey. A. F.Ilis, C. Hall, I„ Dufran, 
R Harligail. T. Fletcher. V l>ub\ 



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ROOM 215 
Front Row, Irjt to right: B. Vincent, M. J. H'hue, S. Vaughan. M. Spencer, 1- Schtnerder, B. 
Loso. S, Serviss Second Row: J. White, H. White, R. Reed, S. Sargeol. J. Russell, D. VVhite. K. 
Wilson, J. Young Third Ron-. 5. Shorey, I... .Stafford, J. Ward. M. Russell. K. Weeks. L. Wilson, 
P. Tardiff SUttldmg: R. Woods. R. Scais, B. Spencer. R, Stanley, (., Warner. R. Shine. S. 
Wells, 1. Russell, \(. Stevens. G. Salander. G, Stearns. D, Pratt. K. Straihm 



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CLASS OF 1960 



ROOM 113 

Front Rou; Idi to ughr. t I'iii-ih-Ilh], I'. el/madia. I 1 . Binven. It. Carrara, F. Carrara, K. 
Crawley Second Row; H. Ctiinlfi. B. Brown. S. Collins, R. Brown, B, Chanipncv. I*. Ashland, 
J. Blanchard, P. Chawprtey, R. Connor, G. Brigharo, M. Corliss Third Rttw: n. Grossman, | 
I obb, F. Armstrong, W. Carroll Standing, (... liiilirose. |. (onari. R, Bersaw, j. . V 1 s j; t- 1 i s . I.. 

Cabell, W. Brislin. It. Anderson, W. Davidson. I.. Craig, W. Bennett, W. Baiul. W, Bora 





ROOM 117 
Front limr, tiii to right'. G, Johnson, n. LaValtey, R. Leonard, B. Kassner, \\ . Murphy, j. 

Johnston, \. l.ookei Second Row: J. McNeil, M. Hoian, C. Hill. J. LaVoice, K. Kennedy. 
II. Main. C, Morse Third Row: F.. Lortnan, H. McMaster, M. |obnson, H. Loosais, W. (ones, 

], \l;i\iir* \t/vi\tin»: 1 E.alihcrte, 1'. i.iriHiri, V Mnii;i\. .\ MiKni/ir P Hughes l>. Yl.n. 
J. Mills, R. Hillcr. D. I.anahi-e. F. Hint hey, J. Knox, B. Maccabee, W. Hcrrick. H Jones 




KOOM III 
Front Ram, left ta light: R, towards. I'. Harmon. I. Flanders, 11. Favor, P. 1 lante Second 
Row: B. Duolcy, B. Hendee, 11. Handler. L, Gilt. E, Durgin. P. Dolan Third Roib: S. Eastwood, 
S. Davis. C. Fisher, R. Doner Standing; s. Goodrich, 1. Goodrich, s. hels. A. Eddy, W. Davis, 
II. l"ld[)ha, 11. Eddy. {, Hcmenvray, K. Doner, F. Hector, W. Flagg 



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ROOM 2 IS 

Front Ron; tefi t<> light: L. Pratt, E. Onnstiee, F.. Olson, M. Statics. L. Pelraglia, J. Pclkey, E. 
I'at< h Srnmd Row; C. Root, .S. Riberdy. N, Pond, I 1 . Filigree. C. Roherls Third Row: R. Oram, 
B. Pease, R- Perham. A. Ravenna, R. Paofhio. j, Kuppc Standing: R. Rnmnev. R. Ortutl. T. 
Patch, D. Perkins. W. Polter. J. Plage, O. Saigeani, J, Patten, D. Onion, T. Parker, 



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ROOM 217 

Front Ron; left to right: B. Wright, B. Templeton, S. Taylor, D, Jackson, j. Tyler, B. Winter* 
Second Ron-. \. Spencer, L. Seneca], P. Young, L. Weslrom, J. L. Tyler Third Row: J. Shctlil, 
J. Stafford, F. Waterman, J. Shelvey, E. Sabatka. J. Welch, R. Smith Standing: T. Walker, I.. 
William;!, M. Senecal. W. Todriff, L. Vargas, J. Wright, R. Tyler, P. Williamson, J, Tyler, J. 
Socterfrrcn, E. Seward, J. Sewall, J. C. Tyler 




At tense moment in the game, cheerleaders go through the "IVe're gonna F-I-G-Ji-T" routine. 



Page 48 








"From contemplation one may become 
wise, but knowledge comes only from 



Newton 




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ENGLISH 



The English courses at R.H.S. are de- 
signed to teach us to use our own langu- 
age, spoken and written, to the best of 
our ability. Wc also read and iearn to ap- 
preciate great literature of the past and 
present. An elective course in speech 
helps the student develop poise and per- 
sonality through such activities as de- 
bating, choral speaking, and the inter- 
pretation of poetry and plays. 



Mrs, Meruit is art interested listener as member of speech class 
carry on a conversation. 




ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Carolyn L, Allen. Pan line W. Merusi, Joseph Tela. Madeline Flynn, Head of Department; 
Katherine C. Hinchev. 



PMarltn , 




A senior college preparatory group reviews principles o/ paragraph construction under Mrs. HincheyS 
direction before beginning an essay writing project. 

Page 50 





Sophomores Norman MacKeniie, Syl- 
via Taylor, and Gale Johnson discuss 
a story in Practical English with Miss 
Allen'. 



Mrs. Merusi assists Sandra Collins, William Carroll, Patricia Champney, 
and Frank Ilinchey to find material for a short story unit in English II. 

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LANGUAGE 



A study of languages ac- 
quaints the student with 
the cultures of other peo- 
ples, ancient and modern, 
A knowledge of language is 
an indispensable part of 
the background of the well 
educated person. 




Miss Buttles conducts a review of se- 
ntience of tenses in a Latin H class. 




LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 
Carolyn L. Allen. Bjorg Jensen. Madeline 
S. Buiilcs. 



Miii Jensen explains a point in French grammar to Kim Chaffee, Russell Edwards, 
and Sue East-wood. 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE 



The social sciences provide the student not only with 
a knowledge of the past but also with an opportunity of 
becoming acquainted with today's problems and oppor- 
tunities. Courses in United States history, world history, 
modern history, economics, and sociology are offered. 



SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
Kathcrine M. Moian, Hugh Short. 



Mr. Short discusses material for a pane! 
discussion with members of a modern history 



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Members of a world history class hold a panel dis- 
cussion of the various religious philosophies in the 
development of American democracy. 



Miss Moran explains the effect of population shifts on economic 
growth in the U.S. 



MATHEMATICS 



The study of mathematics is assuming 
greater importance than ever as we enter 
the Atomic Age. Courses offered in this 
field prepare the student for careers in 
business, science, and engineering. 




SCIENCE 



In this age of satellites and with 
space travel a probability of tomor- 
row, science is assuming an ever in- 
creasing importance. A large number 
of students at R.H.S. are enrolled in 
the various science courses, many 
building the foundation for future 
careers in science and engineering. 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

Dean Rippon, Leo F. Keefe. George H. Sloan, Head of Department; 
John B. Martin. James L. Canary. 



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

Edmund L. Boyce, Head of Department; Albert W. Martin 




Mr. Hn\ce explains systems of equations containing unknowns of the first degree to a 
group in Algebra II. 

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Alan Levenson and Joann Russelt experiment with an atrbulb thermometer as 
Anthony Coarse and Mr. Martin look on. 

Page 55 




BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 
Pcler Gosligiirian. Mildred G. Crowley, Lewis F. McKerlcy. Head of De- 
part ment. 



BUSINESS 
EDUCATION , 

The development o[ industry 
makes business education an im- 
portant part of the high school 
curriculum. Students may elect 
secretarial, general business, or 
clerical programs. Many from the 
college preparatory course enroll 
in typing classes. 




Mr. Goihgafian explains a tax problem 

Hi a class in applied business principles. 



Mrs. Crtmiley gives speed test to a typing J I class. 



Pane 56 



Salesmanship student 
Wttyne Johnston demon- 
strates product to John 
Blanchard. 



HOMEMAKING 



To provide young women with skill in 
the household arts as well as to prepare 
them (or family living, Rutland High of- 
fers a variety of homemaking courses. 
Foods, clothing, child care and home 
nursing, budgeting, and home decoration 
are some of the subjects covered. 







- 

F 






1 




■ 



Helen W. Sloan 
Teacher of Homemaking 



Linda Fish prepares to serve Mrs, 
Sloan, Kathleen Crowley, and Jean 
Tyler. 




,Cf ■ ifcte 



A class in advanced clothing work on individual projects. 



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TRADE 



Trade courses at R.H.S, consist of 
woodworking, auto mechanics, sheet 
metal and machine shop. They enable 
the students enrolled in them to learn 
a prof i tabic trade. Many boys on 
graduation go right into the shops 
and garages of our city. 



TRADE SCHOOL. 
Seated: Richard P. Hcliert. Henry L. Doll, Director. Standing: 
Charles Manchester. Carroll G. Hull. William R, Miller. 




Mr. Miller instructs a group in the use of the 
Roltin-Melat cutting handsaw. 



Students ailtnire an example of goad workman- 
ship in the woodworking shop. 







The vertical miller is object of ni trillion in the 
machine shop. 



Boys receive a lesson in motor tune-up from Mr. 
Hull. 

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1 




Mi- in hen of oil painting class pause to took at each 
other's work. 



ART 



The art classes enrich the lives of students by en- 
abling them to accpiire proficiency in the various 
art media as well as to develop standards of taste and 
judgment and an appreciation of the beautiful. 




**?Xr 



Lucy H. Doanc, Art Supervisor. 




Jack W, Alexander, Director of Music. 



MUSIC 



The band holds a daily rehearsal. 



The various organizations of this 
department are open to all students 
interested in music. Courses in music 
appreciation and harmony are offered 
as supplements to the instrumental 
and choral groups. 



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PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



Physical education affords the student a chance 
to develop coordination and physical skills and 
tasters the spirit of group cooperation and good 
Sportsmanship through a variety of healthful re- 
creational activities. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

Eve B:iririiMtiTi, Dean Rippon. 



W0$ 




A bays' gym class takes part in a 
team relay race. 



Members of a physical edu- 
cation class engage in lively 
game of soccer. 




Basketball is a favorite indoor gym artivity. 





STUDENT COUNCIL 











James Mayncs, Secretary -Treasurer; David Kihbey, President: Alan Ellis, Ftce-Prrsident. 



"Inspection!" This familiar cry once again 
heralded a Student Council group on the week- 
ly cheek of home rooms. Other activities were 
distribution of Thanksgiving baskets for the 
needy, selling candy alter school, coat cheek- 
ing at basketball games and concerts, and 
selecting a Student of the Week. 



The council is composed of the presidents of 
all home rooms and council officers, who are 
eli -i led by vote of the student body. 

Alan Ellis, Ralph Davis, and James Maynes 
represented R.1I.S. at the state Student Coun- 
cil convention in Burlington. 




Scaled, left to right: P. Wcncr, J. Maynes, D. Kil)l>cy, A. Kllis. J. Peterson. Standing: R. Carpenter, J. Toinasi, 
1). Onion, C Mum ford. J. Johnston, R. Davis. R. Edwards, Charles Manchester, Faculty Adviser 




Seated, left to right: Waller Douglas, Judith Robinson, Joan Peterson, Donald 
Keefe, Standing; George Sloan, Faculty Adviser; David Kihhcy. David Stowell, 
Ernest Ritppe. 

BOYS' AND 
GIRLS' STATE 

Rutland High was represented by 
eight boys and five girls at Boys' and 
Girls' State held respectively at Nor- 
wich University and Vermont Junior 
College last June. There they carried 
on model states, learning the working 
of our Vermont government and^hc 
principles of good citizenship. These 
states are sponsored by the American 
Legion and Auxiliary. 



NATIONAL 
HONOR 
SOCIETY 

Membership in the National 
Honor Society is the highest honor 
a student at Rutland High School 
can attain. Seven seniors, chosen 
at the end of their junior year for 
character, leadership, scholarship 
and service, composed this year's 
group. Sponsorship of the Share 
project for retarded children at 
Christmas and selling candy at bas- 
ketball games were two activities 
of the group. 





First row, left to right; John Tomasi, David 
Kihhcy. David Stowell. Second row; Roliert Saw- 
yer. Ernest Ruppe, Roger Pike. Walter Scntt, 
Third row: Donald Keefe, Robert Stearns, Wal- 
ter Douglas. 



Left to right: Judith Robinson. Revcrly Rich, 
Sandra Cabell. Jean Roelgers. Penelope Smith, 



KEY CLUB 




First row, left to right: A. Levenson, G, Eddy. Second row: T. Russell. K, Chevalier. G. Salander. L. Craig. 
Third row: D. Kccfe. R. Davis, R. Edwards, R. Davidson. Fourth row: D. Larrabce, W. Davis. R. Donahue, W. 
Davidson, R, Carpenter. Fifth row: K. Chaffee. J. Mayucs. E. Ruppe, R. Hiller, Standing: C. Mumford, D, Stowell. 
Vice-President; W. Douglas, Sectary- Treasurer; J. Tomasi, President; W, Flagg. li. Maccabce. A. Coarse, T. Olson, 
J. Ruppt, F. Hinthey. 



Organized to serve the school and com- 
munity, the Key Club is in its second year at 
R.H.S.. Highlight of its activities was "Satellite 
Swing," a very successful dance with Jack 
Spec tor, well known disc jockey of station 



WPTR in Albany, as master of ceremonies. 

The dub also sponsors such projects as 
Crusade for Freedom, Red Cross, and March 
of Dimes drives. 



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Page 63 Cameraman catches welt known faces during lull in the dancing. 




Front row, left lo right: P. Taylor, G. Miller. J, J'eterson. Second row: D. Kenneth, 
P. Smith, J. Rohinson, J. Rodgcrs. Third row: S. Cabell. }. Laird, G. Camtithael, 
D. Kibbcy, R. Davis, A. Hctlding, P. Smith. Fourth ow: B, Rich. J. Tomasi. W. 
Douglas, Miss Kalherine Moran, Faculty Adviser; R. Clark, K. Chevalier, D. 
Stowclt. Fifth row: D. Sargent, R. Goodrich, C, MeMaster, N. Tarljell. H. Spaf- 
ford. R. Burke, R. Stearns. L. Adams. J. Fomasi. 



MONITOR 
SQUAD 



Twenty-nine seniors, chosen at 
the end of their junior year, com- 
prised this year's Monitor Squad. 
Leadership, reliability, and an in- 
terest in service are the criteria (or 
membership, Holding regular meet- 
ings twice a month, the monitors 
discussed hall traffic problems and 
planned money-raising events. The 
annual semi-formal dance was held 
in November. 



I.K.O*. 



A talk by Miss Elsa Manfredi, visit- 
ing teacher from Italy, was one of sev- 
eral outstanding programs enjoyed by 
members of the International Rela- 
tions Club this year. Miss Jensen, ex- 
change leather from Norway, also ad- 
dressed l he group. An assembly pro- 
gram, a dance, "Mistletoe Magic," 
and Sponsorship of the U.N, examina- 
tion contest were other activities. Of- 
ficers were Marlene Brown, President; 
Larry Dugan, Vice-President; Susan 
Davis, Secretary; and Fred Hector, 
Treasurer. 




Seated, left to right: S. Davis. L. Becbe. Miss F.lsa Manfredi, M. Brown, F. Hector. 
Standing: B. Teniplclon, Miss Carolyn Allen, Faculty Adiiser; C. Baird. R. 
Miller. J. Johnston, R. Smith, P. Hante, G. Maher. C. Roberts. 





Monitors start for their posts. 



Fudge sales are p'opular. 



Seated, left to right: P. Bi reliant. K. Crowley. B. 
LaValley. Standing: D, Kennedy, A. Hedding. R. 
S. Davenport, S. Sargent. J. Beriau. H. White, I 
C. Bartlett, Mrs. Helen Sloan, Faculty Adviser. 



1 empktpn, B. bright. D. 

A\er. 1,. Fi-iii K Wilson. 
. HolniiquisK. 4* ttfltupios, 



F.H.A. 



Future Homcmakers of America 
is ! national organization for girls 
interested in homemaking. Projects 
of the year included serving the Na- 
tiona] Honor Society dinner, sel- 
ling UNESCO stamps, and holding 
a Parents' Night banquet. Officers 
were Atlelia Hedding President; 
Donna Kennedy, Vice-President; 
Judith Riter, Secretary; Corrine 
hat tlett, Treasurer. 



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RED AND WHITE 



Under the leadership of Jean Rodgers 
as editor-in-chief, the Red and White liad 
a successful year. Its twenty issues were 
filled with school news and entertaining 
features as well as timely and thought- 
provoking editorials, Beverly Rich, Sandra 
Cabell, and Ernest Ruppe served as as- 
sociate editors. Miss Madeline Buttles was 
faculty adviser. 



Jeair Rmlgers 
Ettitar-in-Cbie] 




IUSIMSS BOARD 
Seated, left to right: B, Vincent. L. Bealc. J. Peterson, C Miller, S, Davis. Miss Madeline 
Buttles, Faculty Adviser. Standing: J. Aogelis, LI. Lewis. R. Aver. B. C'.hioffi. R, Rassner. 
T. Olson. S. ScagcT. 






EDITORIAL BOARD 
-First row. left to right: D. Kibbcy. R. Sloan. S. Cabell, j. Rodgers. B. Rich, J. Robinson. Second row: 
& Arthur. D. Onion, J. Ward. G. Lamb. S. Mcdillough. I). Handler, 1'hird row: L. Dugan. J. 
Maynes. Q, Salandcr. I'. Smith, C. Hurley, 1., Hohn<[uist, J. Riter, 




The business board of the Red and 
White was coin posed of sophomores, 
juniors, and seniors who bundled so- 
liciting and collecting ol advertising 
accounts and the distribution of the 
paper. Larry Beak- was cirt illation 
manager. 




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|oan Peterson 
Btaines) Manager 



MAJORETTES 

Xk 




^L. 



~-^-U - 



Composed of live senior girls, the 
majorettes add color and spirit at 
football games and pep rallies with 
intricate routines and baton twir- 
ling. They also inarch with the 
band when it represents Rutland 
High School in parades. 

During the year the group staged 
various projects to earn money to 
pay for new uniforms which were 
pun based in the fall. 



Left to right: Gail Cannichaci, (nan I.aCot. Mary O'Coutiell, Sandra 
Hubbard, Kcnilra Day 



R.H.5. majorettes arc colorful feature of Veterans' Day parade. 



Page BB 




fwvnM 



Left lo riglil: Diane Hubbard. Gloria Gould, 1'alricia C.linuiptiti. UVudy Murphy. Barbara 

Cbampney, I.yim Stafford. 



A new Feature of R.H.S. extracurricular activity this past 
year was a series of workshops held alter school every Monday 
and Thursday during the fall to train interested girls in the art 
of twirling and marching. After tryouts six of the candidates were 
chosen to be members of next year's squad. 




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Pictured allow are traders avrl participants in the majorette workshops. 



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LIBRARY COUNCIL 



"Explon- with Books" was the sub- 
ject of a Book. Week assembly present- 
ed by the Library Council. Members 
also arranged book displays and help- 
ed to select new books. Sandra Shorey 
was chairman and Joanne White busi- 
ness manager of the council. 




Left to right: Betsy French, Joanne White, Sandra Shorey, Kay Kinney, George 
Ambrose, 




TRAFFIC SAFETY 
COUNCIL I 



An outgrowth of the driver edu- 
cation course, the Traffic Safety 
Council has for its purpose the pro- 
motion of safety in the home, 
school, and community. Any stu- 
dents interested in helping accomp- 
lish this goal are eligible for mem- 
bership. 



MIMES 




From torn, left io right; Mrs. Elizabeth Crane. .Ir/W.ni, K. Kinney. I*, smith, k Thurston. K. Day. 11. " 

rrenmrrr; It. Rich. Pirsitltnt; |. Rudders. I'itr-PrrtitttJlU C. Lamb. Secretary; It. Vincent, W. Murphy, D. Hand- 
ler, J. Ward. Second row: R- Smith, J. Masmi. !'. Chnntpncy. 11. (limner. II. l'af»e, (;, llandeis. Third row: C. 
Rout, R. Browu, C, Murse. S. MtC«ltongh, M WalDlgTOT, \l. UVnice M <>"( mini-ll, I., ('ran, S KjMw.kkI. R. Be!!. 
S. Riheidy, 1* Hcnike. N. I'lind. Fourth mw: M, Kiclty, I. Clark, R. Sloan, C Carbon, J. Htirjev. C. Hnt'lev. 
It. Beck, B, dooley, P. Arnold, it. Kftssner, S. Davis, It, icmpkion. J. Lindhola. 



Left to right: P. Arguien, T. Hubhard, V. Foster, R. Farwcll, R. Deicro, E. Tardiff. 
James L. Canary, Faculty Adviser: E, Battles, J. Mason, R. Maxham, P, Hill, J. Rodgcrs. 



Mimes, the upperclass dramatic club, under 
the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Greene, faculty 
adviser, sponsored a series of workshops dar- 
ing the fail for the benefit of students who arc 
not members of the club. These workshops 
consisted of make-tip, costuming, and staging, 
directed by Kathy Thurston, Beverly Rich, 



Penny Smith, Kcndra Day, Jean Rodger s, and 
Chris Mumford. To earn money for needed 
equipment, the group sponsored a dance, 
"Mistletoe Magic," during the Christmas sea- 
son and held a One Act Play Night, in which 
short plays were produced by members. 




Left to right: Peter Harmon, Wayne Flagg, Bruce Maccabee, Williiuii 
Brislin, John Angelis, John B. Martin, Faculty Adviser. 



SCIENCE CLUB 



The Science Club is composed of a 
small group of science-minded students 
who meet weekly to study and experi- 
ment in such fields as radio, electronics, 
and photography. 







Mimes leaders demonstrate art of make-up. 



RUTLAND HIGH 




SCHOOL CHORUS 










A CAl'EI-LA CHOIR 

Front row. left lo right: Jack W, Alexander, Director; X. Looker, L. Roberts, K. Tlmrslon, I". Smith. K. Che- 
\ :l licr, 1', Harmon, R, Bush, W. Cornier, J. Peterson, W. Murphy, 1>, Hector, Second row: S. Eastwood, F. Ch- 
madia. B. Rassncr, P. Champney. W. Bennett. T. Goodrich, R, Carpenter, C. Eddy, C. Miller, L. IVatt, P. Arn- 
old, G, Carmkhae). Third row: S. Shorey, L. Clark, B, Champney, O. Hall. L. Beale, D. Kibbey, J. McDonnell, A. 
Josselyn. V. Cushmart, J. Young. Fourth row: M, O'Connell, J. Robinson, J. Mangan, W. Flagg, R. Goodrich, P, 
Hill, D. Stowell. R. Pike, C. Briggs, J. Baekon, G, Lamb, 11. Vincent, 



CHAPEL CHOIR 
Front row, left to right: S. Vaughn. R, Bell, M. LaVoice. J, Ward, J. LaVoicc. Second row: E. Ormsbee, L. 
Petraglia, M. Malmgren, E. Weeks. C. Root, J. Johnston, E, Olson. Third row: 1'. Crowel), G. Brighara, C, Lewis, 
B, Conner, P. Ashland. C. Carlson. Seated at piano, Jack W. Alexander. Director. 




Mr. Alexander directs chorus in preparation 
for spring concert. 



Judith Robinson 
Student Direr tar of Chorus 



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Pag© 73 



RUTLAND HIGH 



SCHOOL BAND 




Flute 

Mary Ellen Ryan 
Bonnie Kassncr 
Nancy Looker 
Julie Blanchard 



Clarinet 

Marvin Johnson 
Stuarl Stager 
David Hess 
Kim Chaffee 
Theresa Clark 
Judith Backon 
Sandra Char] ion 



Cltlrinet 
J nan Peterson 
Patricia Arnold 
I'.inii i.i Aslil.iiul 
Carol Bunnell 
Carolyn lanni 
Billic Templeton 



Alio Saxophone 
Richard Goodrich 
John Angclis 
Linda Fish 
James Mills 
Linda Pet rag] ia 



Tenor Saxophone 
Judith Robinson 
Gretchen Miller 
Diana Favor 
French Horn 
David Larrabee 
Joann Russell 



Bass Clarinet 
Frances Cushnian 
Mailcuc Malmgrui 
Trombone 
l);n id Kihhey 
William Brislin 
Robert Hiller 
James Young 



Corn ft 
Gene Hall 
Alan Levcnsaii 
Dairy I M:iv 
|aue i humas 
Roger Tyler 
James Stafford 
Robert Bush 
Patricia Crowe 1 1 



Baritone Horn 
Philip Mackenzie 
Bass Horn 
Warren Conner 
William Bill ado 
Richard Evans 
Bassoon 
Roger Pike 



Oboe 

Carol Briggs 
Louise Clark 
Tyrnpani 
John Canficld 
Percussion 
Peter Harmon 
Judith Young 
Barbara Vincent 





fe ■• ^^M^i^SlM^ 



The band, in trim maroon and white 
uniforms, lent color at all the home football 
gittnes and entertained between halves with 
a repertoire of colorful routines. This group 
of musicians represented R.H.S. in many 
parades and pretested several concerts 
throughout the year. Selected members par- 
ticipated in state and regional music fes- 
tivals. 




Roger Pike 
Student Director of Music 



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Led by cheerleaders, the band swings into school song 
at traditional bailie with MS.J. on Veterans' Day. 




V 



Page 75 



David Kihbcy 
Student Director of Band 



"Why the Chimes Rang 




Alan Ellis as the Priest pre (Hires to offer a gift to the Christ Child as Carole Iires>nli/iu. 
Frank Hincliey, Thomas Goodrich, William Bennett, Susan Davis, and Richard Hallurk 
listen for the Tinging of the chimes. 




John McDonnell as Hoiger ministers to the comfort of the Old 
Woman, played by Gretchen Lamb. 



Set against a medieval back- 
ground, the Christinas presentation 
of the Music Department, Why the 
Chillies Rattg, was presented on 
December U> under the direction of 
Mrs. Dorothy Baker. Leading roles 
were taken by members of the three 
classes, A program of religious se- 
lections by the chorus, directed by 
Jack W. Alexander, added to the 
artistry of the production. 




STRING ORCHESTRA 




Left to right; k:jiln line Dennis, Louiae Slingerhind, PenctofJe Smith, U'amla Tyler. Donald Rilierdy, 
Cynthia Ihrcmp. Betsy French. Alan Forth Lau recti Caatentmxstl, Jack W. Alexander. Director: Judith 
Voting, [lav id Osgood, 



K.H..S. now has an all-string orchestra. 
This group appeared in a television 
workshop last [all, furnished background 
music lor the Christmas pageant, and 
played lor Baccalaureate and Com- 
mencement. Selected members attended 
several music festivals. 




Penelope Smith 

Student Director of Siring Oitluitni 



Frank Hincliey as Steen and John McDonnell as 
Holger greet Richard Goodrich as Uncle Bertel. 



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Page 77 



G.A.A 




Frnnt row, left to righl: R. Bell, S, Eastwotiil, I'. Arnold. B. Kroner, P. Champncy, B. Chamimcv Mrs. F.ve Ban- 
enstein. Faculty Arh-iser; H. Chioffi, C. Root, j. 1'eake, J. Ward, M. La Voire, B. Main. Second tOW. B. Temple- 
[rm. f. Ctonadia, A. Josselyn. L, Laaksonen, C. lanni, W. Mttrphy, \1 OConnell, M. Danforih, J. LaCoc, J. 
Thomas, M. Russell, K. Allen. M. J. Wliyle, M. Caney. i). While. B, Hcndee, C Bunnell. R. Sloan. J. Bimeii. 
Third row: M. E. Ryan. P. Hancc, B. Carrara. S. Potter, S. Davenport. S. MiC.ullough, S. Sargent. J. Russell. 
M. Williams, |. Ifackon. A. Hcdding, R. Brown, J. Robinson, (. Lamb, B, Bunnell, B. Viiuem, H. Cage. 1'. Lada 
bum he. E. Danforth. K. Wilson, S. Lflwi* n. LaVallev, E. Weeks. H. While. F. Lane. 




About 65 girls with a strong interest in sports comprised 
the membership of G.A.A. this year. Sports nights, tasting sup- 
pers, basketball Raines, and sponsorship of the girls" ski team 
were some of the activities of the group. Officers were Jane 

Thomas, President; Faith White, Vice-President; foan LaCoc, 
Secretary; Mildred Danforth, Treasurer. 




Intramural basketball is a lamtritr pastime nf O.A.A. mrmhrts. 



Page 78 





Cheerleaders go into action before a typical R.H.S. football 
crowd on a perfect October day. 






Page 79 




The Reel Raiders bad a good 1957 season, with 
live wins, two losses, and a tie. Such arch rivals as 
Cathedral, Spaulding of Bane, Springfield, Bennington, 
and Mount Saint Joseph went down be Tore the Warrior 
attack while Rutland bowed to Biatltcboro and Burl- 
ington. The lone tie was with Bellows Falls. Score wise, 
the Raiders totaled [03 points on 16 touchdowns and 
7 conversions, while limiting their opponents to 46 
points. 

Quarterback Ernie Rnppc carried off top honors 
by scoring six touchdowns and one conversion. Bob 
Bordeau was runner-up with 32 points, Bcrnsc Mangan 
was chosen tackle on the All-State eleven. 







SCOREBOARD 






September 


21 


Rutland 


25 


Cathedral 


B 


September 


28 


Rutland 


I'll 


Spauldiug 





October 


5 


Rutland 





Bellows Falls 





October 


12 


Rutland 


6 


Bi atticboro 


13 


October 


19 


Rutland 





Springfield 





October 


26 


Rutland 


n 


Burlington 


12 


November 


2 


Rutland 


20 


Bennington 


It 


November 


11 


Rutland 


20 


Mount Saint Joseph IS 




Hujij/r shakes toast fm sJiort gam. 




M.S. I. itirklrrs stop Hittor. 



Don a lil Krcfe 



Rn!>eri Sawvel 



Lloyd E. Flail/. Vanity; Joseph Tela, junior J '-'arsilv; Leo 
K. Keck - . ;1\<<i\ffinl J'nr^it\. 




Coaches 



Page 80 




fc&ft 



I 



Captains 



FOOTBALL SQUAD 



Front row, left in right: R, Bordeau. XV. Scon. T. Fletcher, R. Carrara, E. Ruppe, I). Kecfe, R. Sawyer. Co- 
C.nplanvt; I). Oilman, II. Malcolm, B, Mangnn, l>. SidwoII, Second row: I.loyd E. T-'lailz, Cnacli; J, Mayncs, L. 
Roberts, R. Morgan, .V. Eddy. T. Olson. R. Stearns, I.. Heale. A. LaSanie, R. Goodrich, N. Barllell. Leo F. Keefe, 
As&t. Cnach; 'third row: \V. Carroll, J. Mills. W. Davidson, P. Hughes, D. May. G. Kielty. G. Stearns. R. Carp- 
enter, R. Burke, R. Hiller. M. Johnson, L, Craig. Fourth row: XV, Conner, Manager; R. Davidson. E. Durgin, J, 
Rupjic. E. Ssbfttka, D, Hess, J. Welch. J. Tyler, C. Dennis. XV. Brislin. O. Humphrey. H. MeFarreti. 




B* 






W3, $ Q .3% 2S#13f 22f 27; 



■ 



' % 





Ernest Rii|i|)c 
Quarterback 



I'dlKlltl Kl'Ll'f 

Halfback 



Warren Conner 
Manager 



1 




J^fl 



Ruiiert Sawyer 
End 



Terry Fletcher 
Tackle 



Bruce Malcolm 
Guard 





■ 






^^T^^3U 




w..^"* 





Robert Bnrdcau 
Halfback 



Bernard Mangan 
Fullback 



M.S.J, tackier; down Bonteau 



Ruppe shirts end against liriittlclmrn. 



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Page 83 



ftordtau sets up taucMtnrn against M.SJ 





The coveted Southern Vermont tournament champion- 
ship climaxed a superlative 22 and I record for this year's 
Red Raiders, as they ran roughshod over the best teams 
of both northern and southern Vermont. Composed of 
six of last year's letter men and four junior varsity veterans, 
the team went into S.V.L. play with an 8 and slate. From 
then on, the Raiders defeated thoroughly every club in 
the south with the exception of Springfield on the latter's 
home court. 

Rutland had two good shooting forwards in Bernie 
Maiigan and Walt Scott. Bob Sawyer at center proved to 
be the best pivot man in the south and perhaps in the 
state. The backeourt duo were Bundsie Keefe and Ernie 
Ruppe, two hard-driving and sharp-shooting guards. The 
strong Raider bench was composed of Tim Russell, Bob 
Stearns, Bo!) Donahue, Don Gilman, and Dave Pratt, 

These were the boys who went down to Springfield 
and put the icing on their own cake. Chief factors in their 
success were confidence in each other, team play, and 
determination to win. Their record places them among 
the greatest teams in Rutland High School history. 



Led !•'. Keck- 
Varsity Coach 



VARSITY SQUAD 

Seated, left to right: R. Sawyer. W. Stott. D, Kcefe. B. Mangan, E. Ruppe. Standing: D. Kennedy. Mali- 
nger: D. Gilman. T. Russell. R. Donahue, R. Stearns. D. Pratt, Leo F. Kccfc, Coach, Mascot: Barry 

kivfc. 




^ 





1 n =h^» :.p n. • . ?ri 





Cheerleaders show tension when Windsor ties score in 
last quarter of final game. 



Reserve* surge ntitu floor to congratulate team on vie- 
ton over Windsor. 




ALL- IOI RXAMF.X I IK AM 

Durpliey. Windsor; Scott, Sawyer. Rede, Rutland; Blake, 
Windsor. 



Victorious fila\ers give Coach Keefe traditional boost 
riflei thrilling final. 





SCOREBOARD 








R.H.S. 


Opponenl 


Whitehall 




•12 


32 


Hail lord 




47 


43 


Bellows free Atademv 


52 


41 


Cathedral 




50 


-12 


Whitehall 




-.4 


36 


Monipelier 




63 


W 


Hartford 




hi 


32 


Granville 




74 


27 


W. Rulland 




-,u 


II 


Windsor 




19 


42 


Mi st. Joseph 




30 


2fi 


Springfield 




te 


ts 


BeiUlinglon 




90 


-II) 


Bratllelmro 




69 


-in 


Gnimille 




44 


37 


Bellows Falls 




73 


44 


Bellows Falls 




SS 


50 


Bennington 




60 


36 


Brattlcboro 




so 


29 


W. Rtilland 




45 


38 


Windsor 




48 


42 


Ml. St. Joseph 




SS 


49 


Springfield 




67 


58 


So. Vermont 


tournament 






Bellows FalLs 




45 


S2 


Windsor 




52 


44 









f 






VJjt 




Aw 

I! 


v«^ 














s 


1 i 




>f flftft&jM 




i .'.iff/' d( MS.}, and Sawyer enact David and Goliath rolrf 
in exciting moment of city series contest. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD 
Seated, left to right: Joseph Tela, Coach; R, Edwards, W. Davis, E. Armstrong. W. 
Carroll, J. Ruppe. Standing; N. Duliy, Manager: \V. Davidson, R. Davidson. N. 
MtacKen/ie. J, Welch, G. Sargeanl, 11. Larrabee. M, Johnson. 



Joseph Teta 
Junior Varsity Coach 



Krejt attempt* to block a that In Elliott a) 
Windsor during regular season £&nrte. 







Compiling a creditable 13 and 1(1 record, 
the Jayvees averaged $0,9 points a game to their 
opponents' 3fi.fi mark. Twelve sophomores com- 
posed ili.- squad. Dave' Larrabee with 198 points 
led the storing, following by George SargeAitt 
with 1G4 ami Hill Carroll with 121 tallies. The 
team was coached by Joseph Teta, who is also 
head baseball and J.V. football coach. 



Fifty boys bom the sophomore, junior, and 
senior classes took part in the intramural league. 
They formed sis teams, playing a Ifi game sched- 
ule tinder the supervision of Coaches Lee Kecfe 
ami Hugh Short. Individual trophies will be 
presented to the members of the wiiniiny stpiad. 
With only two games to go, Dartmouth and Vale 
were tied with a Ml ami 3 record. 



fturges* "i M.s.l, dribblet against a solid line of Rutland defender!. 






Illfllllli 





f ■-'* 







tetpjw of II, U.S. anil Wilkinson of Bennington appear to be 
indulging in a friendly gome of trap fttig. 





INTRAMURAL LEAGUE 
Front row, left to right: J. Maynes, 1'. Foster, R. Maxhani. \. MaiKen/ie. D, Sargent, 1). Lev inc. 
W, Conner. R. Doner. Second row: II. Ribcrdj. M. Stevens, R. Cook, K. Carpenter. C. Stearns. 1'. 
Mackenzie, T. Olson, R. Edwards, M. Lewis. 1 llird row: R. Doner, 1). Kennedy, G. Kiehv. W. 
I'askevich. A. Eddy. W. Herrick. R. Clark, \. CJiarllon, A, Coarse. L. Clianijniei . Hugh Short. 



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Suritzcr of Hrttmcs Falls controls re- 
bound in tourney (tiniest. 



Coach. 



Page B7 



CROSS 
COUNTRY 









Michael Gallagher 
State Champion 



CROSS c:oi \ I RV IKAM 
Left lo right: M. Gallagher, N. Mac Ken/ie. H. Spaffcml, 1), Sargent, Hugh 

Short, Critiftr. M. Stevens, R, Reinertien, K. Chaffee, R- Doner, U CabeU. 

R. Doner. 



It ■■;!' 

mi it 

mi in 

llll II* 
Hi I Willi 



GIRLS' SKI TEAM 

Left to right: Mary Ellen Ryan, Marlha Hakim, Jane Thomas. Lajit/iin; 
Patricia Arnold, Susan Davis, Carole Urcsriclian. 




A new sport at Rutland High School, cross 
country, tinder the tutelage of Coach Hugh 
Short, proved successful in its first season. After 
winning its first meet, the team slacked off 
under stiff competition, but in the state meet at 
Burlington Mike Gallagher made a name for 
himself and R.H.S. by placing first in a large 
field of runners. The team placed third, thus 



gaining an automatic berth in the New England 
meet. Although placing last in this event, Mike 
Gallagher came in tenth, highest that a Vermont 
boy has ever placed. 



GOLF 



SCHEDULE 

Vermont Academy 

Rochester 

Williams town 

Vermont Academy 

Rochester 

State Meet 

New England Meet 



Won 
Lost 
Lost 

Won 

I ,(JSl 

Third 
Last 



The golf team under the 
guiding hand of Coach 
Lloyd Flail/, competed in 
only one tournament, 
which was held last fall. 
Since most golf meets take 
place in the spring, Rut- 
land may yet come into the 
limelight in this sport. 




Captained by Mike Gallagher, the 
boys' ski team early in the season saw 
several meets cancelled first by lack 
of snow and then by too much drift- 
ing snow. However, competing at 
Okemo early in January, Coach Mart- 
in's hardwood men skied their way 
to first place ahead of Burr and Hurt- 
on and Black River. Later in the 
month the R.H.S. squad travelled to 
Middlebury where they plated fourth 
behind Middlebury, Woodstock, and 
Burlington. At the Southern Vermont 
District Contest at Putney, Rutland 
failed to plate high enough for a 
berth in the state meet. At the Rut- 
land Winter Carnival, however, Mike 
Gallagher and Kim Chaffee placed 
third and seventh respectively in the 
N.E. Junior Slalom Championships. 



This year the girls' 
ski leani concentrated its 
efforts on gaining skill in all 
phases of racing. Under the di- 
rection of Coach Joe [ones, the 
girls practiced slalom, down hill 
racing, schussing, and stem 
turns. Members of the squad are 
Joan Anderson, Jane Thomas, 
Mary Ellen Ryan. Martha Hak- 
tns, Susan Lewis, Hedy Page, 
Barbara Dooley, Susan Davis, 
Patricia Arnold, and Carole 
Bresnehan. Mrs. Bartenstein is 
faculty adviser. 



SKIING 




BOYS' SKI TEAM 
Front row, left to right: R. Carrara, I. Cabell, 
K. Chaffee. M. Gallagher. Second row. A. 
Martin, Cvach; R. Rcinerlseti, I'. Hughes, R. 
Hiller. T. Fletcher, 



Kneeling, left lo right: T. 
Ravenna, D. Parker. 



GOLF IKAM 
Russell. R. Donahue, A. Rosso, Siantlitig: 



Page 



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LJU\u 





CHEERLEADERS 



Numbering two junior and five scnioi 
girls, this year's squad, with money left 
from last year and by selling programs at 
football games, was able to purchase new 
uniforms for both the lootball and basket- 
ball seasons. Joan Anderson and Martha 
Russell represented R.H.S. at the Southern 
Vermont Cheerleaders' Convention at 
.Springfield, and Joan was elected its presi- 
dent. Spurring on the J.V. team were two 
squads of peppy sophomore and junior 
girls, wito alternated in cheering at the 
games. 



VARSITY SQUAD 
Left to right: Rem Gioffi, Joan Anderson. Joan Totiiasi. 
Martha Russeil, Martha Hakins. Jeanne Laird. Judith 
Leonard. 




Joan 




JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD 
Lett to right: Rachel Bell. Linda l.aaksoncn. Ilienda Wright. Leslie 
Pratt, Susan Eastwood. Susan Lewis. 



A 




P» 









> V 




Martha 



W 



ft 



* 



Betty 



Judy 




Martha 



& 



1 





Jeanne 




Joan 




Jl'MOR VARSITY SQUAD 
Left to right: Judith I'cake. Hetty I'age, i'atricia Arnold. Patricia 
Ashland, Mary Jo Whyic. 



HIGHLIGHTS OF 1957-58 




Because they have won honor in scholarship, 
citizenship, school ami community affairs, the TALIS- 
MAN salutes — 



Ernest Ruppt, National Merit Sriwtar- 

ilnfi finalist. 







Mmv o'Coinirif and David Kibbey, chosen t» 
reign aver the Sweetheart Rati. 




Iiiililh Leonard, winner of Beth Crock- 
er Hoinemaher nf Tmnnrruw contest. 




fimti Petmriri, rntrtt In classmates ami (mnl 
t\ tSSa DAM. art. 



PATRONS AND PATRONESSES 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Tilly Hal lard 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Bartlett 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Bealc 
Mr. and Mrs. William Beck 
Dr. ami Mrs. A. II. Bellerose 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward R. Bove 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cabell 
Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Cannichael 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carrigan 
Mr. and Mis. Richard H. Chevalier 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cmnadia 
Mr, and Mrs. Charles W. Conner 
Mi. and Mrs. George Corsones 

Mr. Stratton Corsoncs 
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley J. Costcllo, Jr. 
Mr, and Mrs. N. Deane Cushman 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahlgren 

Mi. and Mrs. Kemliick E. Day 
R. E. De/ern 

Mr. ant! Mrs. Howard W. Douglas 
Fred A. Harrington, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. John A, M, Hinsmau 
Mr. and Mrs. C \V. rlolmqutst 
Dr. Bernard J. Hubenet 
A Fi it- mi 

Miss Marie W. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar L. |ohnson 
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston, |r. 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Keele 
Revereiul ami Mrs. H. L. Kennedy 
Mr. and Mrs. George Laird 
Dr. j, Mak'iilni MacDonald 
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Malcolm 
Mr. and Mrs. Patiiik Man^ati 
Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas B. Mangan 
Mr. and Mrs. Clark H. Mason 
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maynes 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Millet- 
Mr. Isaac Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. William O'Connell 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Padolccchia 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Paskevich 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paid 
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson A. Peake 



Vera A. Perkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Clean A. Perkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pike 
Dr. and Mrs. Victor Pisanclti 
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Pratt 
William A. Pratt, M.I>, 
Ellery R. Purdy 

Mr. and Mis. Joseph F. Radigari 
Dr. and Mrs. George Ravit 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward R. Reiman 
Mrs. Dorothy B. Rich 
Mr. and Mrs. John D, Riter 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rodgers 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ernest Rnppe 
Dr. ant! Mrs. Harry R. Ryan, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher M. Sargent 
Mi. and Mrs. Ralph D. Sawyer, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Scott 
Dr. and Mrs, Ralph Sei ley, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Roland O. Seward 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Smith 
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Smith 
Mr. ami Mrs. Robert R. Smith 
Ml . ami Mis. Hiram Spaffoi d 
Dr. and Mrs. [. Carlton Stieknc\ 
Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel Stowed 
Mr. and Mis, (), hai Sicnson 
Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Far lull 
Ml. and Mrs. A. E. F.udill. Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Thomas, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Thompson 
Mi', ami Mrs. Robert Thurston 
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Toinasi 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Tucker 
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tyler- 
Mayor and Mrs. Francis F. Waterman 
Mr. ami Mrs. Christopher A. Webber 
Mr. ami Mrs. Lyle C. Willis 
Mi. and Mrs. Leonard F. Wing 
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Wolk 
Dr. and Mis. Edward C. Woods 
Mr, ami Mrs, Asel J. Young 



fudith Peake, fclecte* Oh,;-, t of the Rutland Winter Carnival 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



We trail to express our appreciation of lIic assistance which so many 
people have -given us in preparing oar 1958 TALISMAN. In particular, we 
\%- i >. 1 1 lo thank 

Mrs, (Catherine Hinchcy, our editorial adv&cr, for her advice and count' 
less hours of work; 

Mr. Lewis MtKctlcv, our business adviser, tot his expert direction of ihe 
business stall; 

Mr. Norm Porter, for his unfailing cooperation ami excellent photo^raphv: 
.Mr. William Harden lor his line pictures in the advertising section; 
Mr, Altlo Meiusi, lor his action and informal pictures, especially in the 
spoils section; 

Miss Lucy Doaue. lor Ini advice on the art work; 
Progress Publishers, Int., lor their e\t client service; 
The eruiic stall, lot their diligence and effort; 

Our patrons, patronesses, and advertisers, without whose financial support 
our task would have been impossible. 

Don iiii Kennedy, Editor-in-chief 

foan Peterson. Associate Editor 




I'liiMiirv. Ii[i:iiil niemtici's smile wilh satisfaction at a job well done. 
I.l-Ii to right: Mildred Daafcrth, advertising layout; Marjorie Daniels, 
advertising sales: Gerry Ann Waitc. hiisiiicss manager; Uremia Chioffi. 
.iihrr tiftillg 1 . t s e 1 1 j t : l\ilti(ja Smith. |>.ilmn list. 



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I M TRUCK* 






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CLAiS OF 19 5 8 



Stowell Corporation 



Your Authorized CHEVROLET Dealer 



At Your Service with the World's Number One Automobile and Truck 



USED CARS — Second to None, 



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Compliment j 
of 

PINE STREET CASH MARKET 


A-l TIRE CORPORATION 

70 Park Street 
SAFETY 

RETREADING VULCANIZING 


• 

Compliments 

LENOCI'S SHOE SERVICE 


NEW YORK 
CLOTHING COMPANY 

OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 


Congratulationi 
GRADUATES 

DONAHUE SALVAGE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

RUTLAND, VT. 


FOLEY'S 

LAUNDERERS — DRY CLEANERS 
LINEN RENTAL 

RUTLAND, VT. 


Compliments 

of 

WILLIAMSON'S RADIO 
and TELEVISION 

45 North Main Street 
RUTLAND, VERMONT 


You are invited to examine your diamonds 

in the 

DIAMONDSCOPE 

AT 

FREEMAN-HASCALL 
Certified Gemofogisf 

American Gem Society 
76-78 Merchants Row Rutland, Vt. 



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B 

Compliments 
of 

RUTLAND DRIVE-IN THEATRE 


Compliments of 

THE 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

Class Rings - Announcements - Personal Cards 
Trophies - Pins - Diplomas 

Sawyer W. Lee 

Also Representative for 

Taylor-Made Yearbooks 

40 Brewer Parkway South Burlington, Vt. 


PETE HALL 

Sand and Gravel Fill — Swamp Dirt 
Trucking — Second Hand Furniture 

Baekhoe Work 

Phone PRospcct M-8I8R 

7 High Street Rutland, Vermont 


In Rutland — It's 

THE TOWNE SHOP 
CASUAL CORNER 

"Your home of distinguished 
sportswear fashions" 

Corner Center St. and Merchants Row 
RUTLAND, VT. 


Sales Service Parts- Accessories 

SHORTLE MOTORS, Inc. 

"Home of Willys 4 Wheel-Drive" 

JEEPS -TRUCKS 
STATION WAGONS 

Airflight Gas — Kerosene — Diesel 
Fuel Oil 

Phone PR 3-8690 
279 S. Main St, Rutland, Vt.- 


DONALD C. NOYE5 

. . . GENERAL CONTRACTOR . . , 



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Compliments 
of 

AVE MARIA SHOP 

Religious Al tides 
Hum me Is 

Phone PR 3-2531 
94 South Main Stteet Rutland, Vt. 



Best Wishes 
To All the Boys and Girls 

THE COMBINATION 

ON CENTER STREET 
Rutland, Vt. 




F. B. HOWARD CO. 

JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 
7 CENTER STREET RUTLAND, VT. 



DAN J, HEALY AGENCY 

INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 



90 Merchants Row 



Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments 
of 

BUSTER'S GARAGE 

and 
SERVICE STATION 



Po<J« 99 



Compliments of 

THE MARBLE SAVINGS BANK 

Member of 
THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



RAY REILLY'S TIRE MART 

U. S. ROYAL TIRES, TUBES and BATTERIES 
Retreading at Its Finest 

Telephone PRospect 3-7488 
219 WOODSTOCK AVENUE RUTLAND, VT. 

IT'S SMART TO BE 

IN 

VOGUE 



U'l SI si k[j,T 



RUTLAND, VT. 



Congratulations to the Class 1958 

Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Assn. 

And 

United Benefit Life Insurance Co. 

Frank Bresnahan, Mgr. 
56V2 MERCHANTS ROW GRYPHON BLDG. RUTLAND, VT. 

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Compliments 
of 

A B ATI ELL & RADIGAN 


SOUTH END FOOD MARKET 

Telephone PR 3-7660 
102 Strongs Avenue Rutland, Vt 


PRATICO'S FLOWER SHOP 
AND GREENHOUSE 

PLEASING YOU MEANS OUR SUCCESS 
Rutland — PR 3-8444 


Compliments 
of 

ROSEN AND BERGER 

• 


FILIPPO 
CLEANERS & TAILORS 

THE BEST IN CLEANING 

Phone PR 3-8270 
48 Strongs Avenue Rutland, Vt. 


Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF '58 

HY-WAY FURNITURE CO. 

Center Rutland, Vt. 


Congratulations to the 

"CI;lss o( 58'" 

RUTLAND, VERMONT 

SUNSET MOTEL 


Compliments of 

WSYB 

5,000 Watts Day 1,000 Watts Night 

YANKEE NETWORK 

Mutual Broadcasting System 
Philip Weiss Music Co. Rutland, Vl 



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Compliments of 

OPTOMETRISTS OF RUTLAND 

DR. STUART J. PINGREE 

DR E. CRAIG WILSON 

DR. FREDERICK L. WYMAN 



PROUSE'S 

THE LARGEST SEA FOOD RESTAURANT IN THE STATE 
LOBSTERS DAILY FROM MAINE 



Next to the Paramount 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


RUTLAND PRINTING CO. 


GORDON C, GOODRICH 


; 


— : — 


38 Strongs Avenue Phone PR 3-6040 


TOSSING FUNERAL HOME 



Compliments of 



RUTLAND CONFECTIONERY CO., Inc. 



46 WASHINGTON STREET 



RUTLAND, VT. 






Compliments 



ol 



VIKING MOTEL 



Mr. and Mrs. George Brown 



RUTLAND, VERMONT 

Owner — Manager 

Mr. and Mrs. Lol'quist 



LEE W. YOUNG 


Congratulations to the 


BUILDER -;■ ENGINEER 
Plumbing — Heating — Alasonry 


CLASS OF "58 

"RED'S" TAXI SERVICE 

F. W. Burke, Prop. 


Telephone PR 3-2698 


CABS DISPATCHED BY RADIO 


Post Road, RED. 1 Rutland, Vt. 


Phone PR 3-3377 




MURPHY 
OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

99 STATE STREET RUTLAND, VT. 



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The Rutland County 
National Bank 

Established 1864 
RUTLAND, VERMONT 

Ninety-four Years of Service 



STRONG. ENOUGH TO PROTECT YOU 

LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU 

SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 
Member Federal Reserve System 



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Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF '58 

With Best Luck jot the Future 

ENO'S MARKET 

Phone 3-2976 
Corner Church and Crescent Street 



RUTLAND REALTY and 
^^ DEVELOPMENT CO. 




* *M^^T 



Builders of low cost homes 

Ronald A. Fucci, President 

Phone PR. 3-7209 - PR. 3-7942 

120 Oak St. Rutland, Vermont 




RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK 

YOUR FRIENDLY BANK 
OVER 100 YEARS OF SERVICE 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



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i 



ft 






^_ 




75 

YEARS 






f 





MEMBKR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



Page 106 



YOUR 

Insurance 

"SERVES 




dependent 

AGENT 



FIRST 

i :NAIA 



RUTLAND CITY ASSOCIATION OF 
INSURANCE AGENTS 



Leonard A. Appcll Agency 

Bell & Clark 

Insurance Agency 

Warren H. Brown Agency 

Bninham insurance 

Agency 
John H. Davenport 

Dorsey-Kinney Insurance 
Agency, Inc. 

Fred A. Field & Son 



Dan J. Healy Agency 

The Hoadley Agency 

B. S. Hyiand Insurance 
Agency 

J oe J one s I n su ra n cc 
Agency 

A. C, Mason 

Pike Insurance Agency 

.Smith-Roberts Agency 



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SEWARD'S DAIRY BAR 

224 NORTH MAIN STREET RUTLAND, VT 




DAIRY PRODUCTS AT THEIR VERY BEST 



Compliments of 

VERMONT ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. 

BLUE CROSS — BLUE STAR HOSPITALIZATION 
STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE 



33 COTTAGE STREET 



RUTLAND, VT. 



WATERMAN'S HARDWARE 



Hi MERCHANTS ROW 



PHONE PR 3-8955 



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LINCOLN IRON WORKS 



Since 1864 



RUTLAND, VT. 



Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


NATIONWIDE 
INSURANCE 


SHERMAN'S 


MAURICE A. FISH 


70 Forest Street 


Phone PR. 3-7472 





When Planning Your Next Trip Bring Your Travel Problems to 

VERMONT TRANSIT TRAVEL BUREAU 

122 MERCHANTS ROW Central Terminal Phone PR 3-2774 

BUS — AIRLINE — STEAMSHIP— HOTELS 

We can handle all of your Domestic and Foreign Tickets and Reservations 




MODERN CHARTER BUSES FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



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(jQca-Cm BoHiinq (jMfmntf 




Congratulations to the Class of '58 



Page ]]0 



Compliments of 



WARDS 



MONTOOMKHV WARD 



VOl R ONE-STOP SHOPPING CFMl-.R 



Compliments of 


Compliments 


BREHMERS, INC. 


<>i 


BOTTLED CAS- APPLIANCES 


CLAYTON H. KINNEY 


HEATING SYSTEMS 


Attorney at Law 


230 So. Main Rutland, Vi. 


Mead Building 


PR 5-5177 


RUTLAND, VT. 



BEST WISHES TO 



CLASS OF I95fi 



FROM 



Zhe Warren M Uwwh Agency 



Accident and Health, Hospital, Fire and Casualty insurance 



Mead Building 
LOR NET. BROWN 



I'hoiu- 8-2796 - S-2797 
LUELLAT. BROWN 



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Compiimenh 
of 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



Compliments of 

GREEN-MONT MOTEL 

138 North Main Street Rutland, VeetooM 

PHONE PR 3-fi83K 
EDITH and KENNETH WHITE, Owner - Managers 





Compliments 


COMHJMENTS 


of 


Of 


BARBER'S RESTAURANT 


"A FRIEND" 






Phone PR 3-6424 Mendon, Vt 


Compliments 


PARAMOUNT THEATRE 


of 




WHITE'S TYDOL STATION 


WHERE ALL FRIENDS MEET 




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(f®\ 


RU5S SMITH 


w 


QUAUTY USED CARS 


FAMILY MONUMENTS 


A Satisfied Customer 


J. P. GAWET & SONS 


Is Our Best Advertisement 


Authorized Dealer 


Phone PRospect 5-5803 


Telephone PR 3-8868 


Opposite Fairgrounds 


West Proctor Road Center Rudand, Vt. 


196 South Main Street Rutland, Vt 




BEST COFFEE IN TOWN 


FACTORY OUTLET 


Try Us Once 


l-'air Haven — Rutland, Vermont 


GEORGE'S RESTAURANT 


NOBODY BUT NOBODY 
UNDERSELLS US 


Good Food Always (Home Cooking) 


On Shoes — Clothing and Hardware 


— Reasonable Prices — 


FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 


Telephone 3-9803 




53 Wales Street Rutland, Vt 


PR 5-7755 




MIGLORIE BROS. 




DEALERS 


Dear Students: 


NEW AND USED CARS 


// at first you don't succeed, 


Cities Service Gas Station 


try, try again. 


Route U.S. 1 Center Rutland, Vt. 





WALTER BOYNTON 



WHOLESALE HARD & SOFT WOOD LUMBER 
WOOD k SAWDUST 



OFFICE: South Main Street 
DIAL PRospect S-2J58 



HOME: IQS Lincoln Avenue 
DIAL: PRospect 3-3130 



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LYMAN A. RUSSELL CORP. 

Exclusive Dealers for CHRYSLER AIRTEMP 
Air Conditioning - Heating - Refrigeration Sheet Metal A Specialty 

Office: 19 ALLEN STREET Phone PRospect 3-3386 



JOHN A. RUSSELL CORP 



GENERAL CONTRACTING and BUILDING 



— APPRAISAL ESTIMATING- 



Phone PRospect 3-3386 



19 ALLEN STREET 



RUTLAND, VT. 



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RUTLAND 



REPAIR PRODUCTS 



Manufactured By 



RUTLAND FIRE CLAY COMPANY 





THE 


Compliments of 


TUTTLE PUBLISHING CO., Inc 


LITTLE'S LODGE 

AND 

GIFT SHOP 


Edwin F. Sharp, Lessee 
OFFSET PRINTING — PHOTO COPYING 

Telephone PR 5-5295 
13 Center Street Rutland, Vt. 


92 Center Street Phone PR 3-3661 


FOR TV NEWS - READ "VIDEO 




GUIDE" 


Compliments 


Compliment* 


of 


»f 




BARDWELL TAILOR SHOP 


WILSON'S FAST FREIGHT 


\'M\ Merchants Row 



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Compliments 
of 
a 

FRIEND 



Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


HOLMES IRON CO. 


MENDON MOUNTAIN 


A 


ORCHARDS 






»*a 


KONG-CHOW 


gSpp^SM 


American-Chinese Restaurant 


^^LANDON'S^p 

™ Headquarters .for 
Housewares - Giftwares 
Paints - Varnishes - Toys 
"Quality Always" 


IF e Specialize in Putting Up 
CHINESE FOOD 
TO TAKE OUT 

Telephone PR 5-5244 


Center St, Phone PR 3-2758 Rutland, Vt. 


48 Center Street Rutland, Vt. 



CARBINE-ANDERSON, Inc 



-VAN I1EUSEN SHIRTS - 



<i}>~ 



—TIMELY CLOTHES— 



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ACQUIRE THE NEWSPAPER READING HABIT 

A free press is one of our most treasured possessions — 
but it must be used to be fully appreciated. 



The Rutland Herald 



Associated Press Member 



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BROWN and SONS 


PIP'S BARBER SHOP 


CLEANERS and DYERS 


Best Wishes 


— We Keep the Spoil — 


from 


86 North Street Telephone PR 3-8177 


PIP, JOE, RALPH 




DAHLGREN & CARRIGAN 


G. H. GRIMM CO., INC. 




Manufacturers of 

Maple Syrup Equipment 

and 


Dealers in High-Grade 
Anthracite — COALS — Bituminous 


Hay Tedders 


COKE 


RUTLAND, VERMONT 






1 Baxter Street Rutland, Vt 




You Will Always Enjoy Homemade Candies, Salted Nuts and Ice Cream From 

CINDERELLA'S SWEETS 

CENTER STREET RUTLAND, VT. 

Pcqo 118 



Compliments 



of 



Zke 



Rutland 
High School faculty 



Page 119 



LARRY'S MUSIC STORE 

Musical Instruments 

Instructions 
Instrument Repairing 

39 W CENTER STREET— (Upstairs) 

RUTLAND, VERMONT 



Compliment $ 
of 

DR. STEWART ROSS 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1958 

HUGH DUFFY COAL CO., Inc. 

Anthracite — COALS — Bituminous 
Fuel Oils — Esso Oil Burners 



190 West Street 



Rutland, Vt. 



Best Wishes 
CLASS OF 1958 

MYER'S GROCERY 

Phone 3-6036 
144 Grove Street Rutland, Vt. 



BEAUCHAMP & O'ROURKE 

GRADUATE PHARMACISTS 

m A tb m 

5 1 Merchants Row Rutland, Vt. 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1958 

ELIZABETH'S BEAUTY MART 

371/2 Center Street Phone PR 3-2011 

Compliments 

"{ 

WHEELER WILLIAMS 



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ABEL'S TIRE CORPORATION 

"Tire Engineers" 
GOODRICH TIRES, BATTERIES -,- VULCANIZING, RECAPPING 

"No Tire Too Large — None Too Small" 
PRospect 3-3700 RUTLAND, VT. 



THE COUNTRY SQUIRE MOTEL 

Dorothy and Edgar Adams 
Owner- Managers 

Junction Routes U. S. 7 and 103 
NORTH CLARENDON, VT. 

4 miles South of Rutland 
Telephone PR 3*9760 



Compliments 
of 

MRS. BUSH'S HOME BAKERY 

Mrs. S. J. Bush, Owner 



85 State Street 



Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



BERKSHIRE TRACTOR CO., Inc. 

OLIVER WHEEL 

and CRAWLER TRACTORS 

FARM EQUIPMENT 

Telephone PR 3-8311 
274 South Main Street Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments of 

RAY BEANE, Inc. 



Phone PR 3-2741 



75 WALES STREET 



RUTLAND, VT, 



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ALBERT ROSENBLATT & SONS, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 
SUSAN ROSS—MINDY ROSS DRESSES 

JOHN ROSS SPORTSWEAR 



YOUR 
ADVERTISING DOLLAR 

will pay dividends if your copy is carefully 
planned, thoughtfully written and wisely placed 

BY THE 

DARWIN GREENE 
ADVERTISING AGENCY 

38^ Center Street Rutland, Vt. 



WOODCRAFT 

CABINET WORK — HARDWARE 
BPS PAINTS — GLASS 

Delta — Porter-Cable — DeWalt 

Sanding Machines For Rent 

Telephone PR 3-6626 
12 Terrill Street Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments of 

W. E. GRACE 

"FURRIERS" 

Fine Fur Garments — Cold Storage 

High Class Repairs 

Phone PR 5-5033 — Service Building 
128 Merchants Row Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments 
Of 

BASLOW 
CONSTRUCTION CORP. 

Road Contractors — Excavation 
RUTLAND, VERMONT 



CENTER RUTLAND 



Compliments of 

JOSEPH P. CARRARA 

— READY-MIXED CONCRETE — 
Phone PR 3-9391 

RUTLAND, VT. 












Compliments 
of 

DICK'S DRESS COMPANY 


Compliments 
of 

CARRIS REELS, Inc. 


R. A. STAFFORD 

TEXACO SERVICE 
West St. and Cram ton Ave, 
RUTLAND, VERMONT 

Phone 3-9811 


THE GRAND 
X 

RUTLAND'S FAMILY THEATER 


Compliments 
of 

PINNACLE RIDGE DAIRY 


Compliments 
of 

BARDWELL HOTEL 

"Rutland's Finest" 


Kitchens Remodeling Building 

FRANCIS BOUCHARD 

CONTRACTOR 

Phone PRospect 3-8531 
22 West Street Rutland, Vt. 

187 Granger Street 
Rutland, Vermont 


Compliments of 

GOOD PROMISE FARM 

A, P. Adams 

PASTEURIZED and HOMOGENIZED 

VITAMIN "D" MILK and CREAM 

FRESH EGGS 

RFD No. 1 Phone PR 5-5706 



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Pugs 123 



Compliments of 



MEADOWBROOK ROLLER RINK 



SKATE FOR FUN and HEALTH 



RUTLAND, VT. 



Compliments 
of 

HOMESPUN FARM 

D. V. RUSSELL 

Piusford Road Rutland, Vt. 



Compliments 
of 

STANDARD HOME 

187 Granger Street 
Rudand, Vermont 



BUY MORE SAVINGS BONDS.' 




CARMOTE PAINT STORE 

Telephone PR 3-7344 



138 West Street 



Rutland, Vt 



MINTZER BROS. 

HARDWARE -;- GRAIN 
BUILDING MATERIAL 

Phone PR 3-7555 
60 Strongs Avenue Rutland, Vt. 



THE DORSEY-KINNEY 
AGENCY, Inc. 

ROBERT C. KINNEY 

Charles W, Conner 

INSURANCE— REAL ESTATE 

Phone PR 3-3364 
Mead Budding Rutland, Vt. 



E. G. McCLALLEN & CO. 

Store Established 1860 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE 

Phone PR 3-2735 
62 Merchants Row Rudand, Vt. 









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LACONIA ROOFING 
& SIDING COMPANY 

Florian St. Gelais 

ROOFING and SHEET METAL 
CONTRACTORS 

Telephone PR 5-5919 
9 Terrill Street Rutland, Vt. 


CARPENTER'S PHARMACY 

Robert H. Carpenter, '29 

SODAS — DRUGS 

Graduate- Registered Pharmacist in Attendance 
Prescriptions Compounded 
As Your Doctor Prescribes 

25 CENTER STREET 


Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1958 

MILADY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

44 Center Street Phone PR 3-3233 


SERVISS MATTRESS AND 
UPHOLSTERING CO. 

Phone PR 3-2944 
38 Evelyn Street Rudand, Vt. 


• 

Compliments 

of 

EATON'S ESSO 

• 


Compliments of 

HENRY F. FAGAN 

WHOLESALE CANDY COMPANY 
51 Kdlington Avenue Rutland, Vt. 


Compliments 

of 
SPRING LAKE RANCH 

Cuttingsvillc, Vermont 


WARD & SON 

— HOME APPLIANCES — 

36 Merchants Row 



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THE RUTLAND CO-OPERATIVE 




SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 




Is the Association you should contact for Savings or Mortgage Loans 




63 CENTER STREET — RUTLAND, VT. 






Co ngratuiatio ns 




Compliments 


CLASS OF '58 




of 






CRESTWOOD BEAUTY SHOP 


SONNY'S CORNER 






Compliments of 




Compihnenti 


THE HARTFORD BOOK SHOP 




of 






GAY'S EXPRESS 


BOOKS ■:■ STATIONERY 






GREETING CARDS 




Compliments of 




ROBERT E. LAIRD 




PLUMBING and HEATING 




Sales and Service , 




Page 126 




CENTRAL 
VERMONT 

V C ORPORATION 




electric: 



SERVICE 



SALES 



Congratulations to the Class of '58 



Faqe !27 



Compliments of 

Rutland County Automobile Dealers Association 

JOHN L. COOTEY & CO. 



Killington Motor Sales 
.Seward Sales & Service 
Stowell Corporation 
Shortle Motor, Inc. 



Compliments 
of 

RUTLAND AUTO SUPPLY CO. 



Compliments 
of 

KENNY'S CREAMERY 



OVERHEAD DOOR 
SALES CO. 

13 Pine Street 



Phone 5-5711 



Rutland, Vt. 



J. C. Stewart & Sons, Inc. 
Stinson Ford Sales 
Val EdscI, Inc. 
Fox's Motor Sales 



Compliments 
of 

GODDARD'S 
SUNBEAM BREAD 



Compliments of 

RANDALL COMPANY, Inc. 

PLUMBING, HEATING AND 
SHEET METAL WORK 



Compliments 
of 

CARRIGAN'5 MARKET 



Page 128 



CLARENDON BUILDING 


Congratulations to the 


SUPPLY CO., Inc. 


CLASS OF 1958 


Dealer in Hardware 


PROVIDENT MUTUAL 


LUMBER — ROUGH and FINISHED 


LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 
Of Philadelphia 


Office Phone PR 3-2466 


JOHN B. CADWELL, C.LU. 


NORTH CLARENDON, VT. 


RAYMOND E. HOLWAY, G.A. 




BREEZY MAPLES 


Compliments 




of 


HOME COOKED FOOD 




AT REASONABLE PRICES 


SAMICA CORPORATION 


We Cater to Private Parties 


Compliments of 


Compliments 


HAROLD A. EDDY 


of 


SOCONY-MOBILE KEROSENE 


RUTLAND MARKET BASKET 


and FUEL OIL 






MEAT GROCERY & PRODUCE 


Phone PR 3-3844 
235 Coolidge Avenue Rutland, Vt. 


Rutland, Vermont 




225 South Main Street i Phone PR 3-8200 




Compliments of 


HOWARD JOHNSON'S 


BURKE BROS. 


BANQUET FACILITIES 






GROCERIES — MEATS — VEGETABLES 


.South Main Si. Rutland 






Cornet of Grove and Crescent PR 3-3202 



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CANNEY-PLUE, Inc. 

— WHOLESALERS — 

PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES 
Office and Showroom 

Phones: PR 5-5534 or 5-5535 
74 RIVER STREET RUTLAND, VT. 



NORTON 


Compliments 


PAINT and WALLPAPER CO. 


of 




RUTLAND WHOLESALE 


QUALITY WALLPAPERS 
MOORE PAINTS 


GROCERY COMPANY 


Compliments of 


PETER'S MARKET 


RUTLAND LUMBER CO. 


FANCY MEATS and GROCERIES 


MILL WORK- LUMBER - MASON SUPPLIES 


• 


BUILDING MATERIALS 




Phone PR 5-5549 


Phone PR 3-6565 


Pine and Forest Streets Rutland, Vc. 


24 Terrill Street Rutland, Vt 



Compliments of 

PROCTOR TRUST COMPANY 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 
PROCTOR and POULTNEY, VT. 



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THE CANDLESTICK 

CABINS— SKI LODGE 

Modern — Comfortable — Distinctive 
Golf — Horseback Riding — Hiking 




Shangraw's Pharmacy 

PRESCRIPTIONS -:- DRUGS 
CAMERAS and PHOTO SUPPLIES 



Fresh Flowers for All Occasions 

HUNTS GREENHOUSE 

129 Church Street CORSAGES PR 3-3374 
Member Florists'Telegrapb Delivery Association 



May We Extend to Every Member of the 

CLASS OF 1958 
Our Best Wishes for Success and Happiness 

CITY COAL COMPANY, Inc. 

R. N. OWENS, President 



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Our 38th Year Serving You 



with the best in 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

BARTER'S MUSIC STORE 



Compliments 
of 

THE 

HASKINS 

CONVALESCENT HOME 


DICK'S FLOWERS 


. h l QUMITT MUS...HT US 




//%U40O?~fr 


Telephone PR 3-6555 


^^^.rfif^i'i' /-r)A*e><i*/\/ .^H 


72 PARK STREET 


1 ! Center St Rutland, Vl. 




ROUSSEAU 5PORTS SHOP 

Dick Rousseau, Prop. 

SPORTING and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 

Toys — Archery — Hobby Kits 

Winter Sports — Fishing — Hunting 

Phone PR 3-7003 
Strongs Avenue at S. Main Street, Rutland, Vt. 


LEONA'S YARN SHOP 

HIGH QUALITY YARNS 
and ACCESSORIES 

Mail Orders Sent Out Same Day Received 

134 Merchants Row Rutland, Vt. 

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Compliments 


Li nd holm Bros. Market 


of 




LARRY'S MARKET 


DINER-RESTAURANT 


2 Elm Street 


• 
VOLKSWAGON 




HOLLYWOOD BARBER 


Sales and Service 


AND BEAUTY SHOP 




presents 
TIKI DE PARIS 


• 


La Permanent Alagnifique 




All Graduated, Professional Beauticians 


MAIN STREET RUTLAND, VT. 


Florence E, Tyler, Manager 




43 Merchants Row Phone PR 3-9833 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 


ALL 


1958 GRADUATES 


RUTLAND RAILWAY CORPORATION 



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QUEBEC CIGAR CO., Inc. 



109 WALES STREET 



RUTLAND, VT. 



RYAN VENDING CO., Inc. 




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J&is *<*€<***** &£**&*€** O^/ade**/*/? $Uc&£> 



Rutland's Most Reliable Furniture Store Phone PR 3-7666 

1891 -1958 - SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS SUCCESSFUL SERVICE 

WILSON CLOTHING CO., Inc. 

LUGGAGE— SHOES TOO 

WILSON SPORTS EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. 

EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN 



WILSON MUSIC CO. 

RECORDS— RADIO — TELEVISION 

WILSON BOYS and STUDENTS STORE, Inc. 

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PROCTOR CREAMERY, Inc. 

— QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS— 



We Deliver in Rutland 



GLOBE 9-3323 



PROCTOR, VT 



CLAUDE CLARK 


BATTLES' HOME LAUNDRY 


VENETIAN BLINDS CLEANED 


Specialists in 


TAPES— CORDS — SLATS 


HAND-FINISHED LA UN DRIES 


Washed and Cleaned by Machine 


Shirts Hand Ironed - Curtains 


Pick-up and Delivery Service 


Phone PR 3-6353 


Phone BRandon I72W3 Brandon, Vt. 


77 North Street Rutland, Vc 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 


Compliments 


THE CLASS OF "58" 


of 




PARK PHARMACY 



MONITOR SQUAD 



BUXTON'S SERVICE STATION 

—SUNOCO PRODUCTS— 
SPECIALISTS IN MOTOR TUNING 



CORNER NORTH and MAIN STREETS 



RUTLAND, VT. 



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CLASS OF "ST 


METZGER BROS., Inc. 


Congratulation; and Beit Wishes 




for the Graduating Class of 


■ 


RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL 


AWNINGS - TENTS - FLAGS 


WOLK'S TOTS 'N TEENS 


RUTLAND, VT. 


Good Luck to the 


Compliments of 


CLASS OF "58" 


McDEVITT BROTHERS 


VALENTE'S CUT RATE 


A HOME-OWNED STORE 


AND 


MEATS and GROCERIES 


LUNCHEONETTE 


Corner Oak and Baxter Streets 


107 West Street Rutland, Vt. 




CHAS. R. McMASTER 


ADAMS & NOE, Inc. 




GENERAL ELECTRIC — OIL HEATING 


— Texaco Gasoline — 


Warm Air — Hot Water — Steam 




FRIGID AIRE APPLIANCES 


Comer State and Pine 






Phone PR 3-2733 Rutland, Vt. 


ROBERT L. ALLCOTT 


MARBLE CITY APPLIANCES 




WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES 


ADVERTISING — PUBLIC RELATIONS 




FUND RAISING 






■ 


21 1A Gryphon Building Rutland, Vt. 


t 




78 West Street Rutland, Vt. 



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ALDOUS 
FUNERAL HOME 



RUTLAND, VT. 



Compliments of 

DAIRY QUEEN STORES 

CONES — SUN DA ES — MALTS 
Pints and Quarts 

155 South Main Street and 
Corner of Grove and Williams Street 



CLIFFORD BROS 



2 WASHINGTON STREET 
30 NORTH MAIN STREET 




Compliments of 

PAUL'S 

CLEANERS -:- SHIRTS LAUNDERED 

NORTH MAIN STREET and CENTER STREET 




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STEEL • MACHINE WORK • GREY IRON CASTINGS 

PATCH-WEGNER COMPANY, Inc. 

RUTLAND, VT. 



PRO*, rote 



Hani 



VERMONT 
MARBLF. < 



Compliments of 



VERMONT MARBLE COMPANY 



Pvqa J SB 



Compliments 
of 

RUTLAND WASTE & METAL 
CO. 


We Do Our Own Financing 

SMITH MOTORS, Inc. 

NEW AND USED CARS 
BOUGHT AND SOLD 

Phone PRospect 5-3977 
119 South Main Street Rutland, Vt, 


ORIENTAL RUG SHOP 

ORIENTAL RUGS 

BROADLOOM CARPETING 

and IMPORTED GIFTS 

Sales and Service 

m 

92 GROVE STREET RUTLAND, VT. 


THE AUTOMATIC 
LAUNDRY 

Axki. J. Anderson 

YOUR CHOICE OF 1 SERVICES 

Wash, Extract or Completely Dry 

Flat Wash Ironed 

Courteous Attendants 

Pick-up and Delivery Service 

84 Woodstock Avenue Dial 3-8338 


CARROLL CUT RATE 

DRUGS and COSMETICS 

Have Your Dpctor's Prescription Filled Here 
At Carroll's 

"Carroll's Sells for Less" 
23 Center Street 


HOTEL BARDWELL 
Barber Shop 

AIR CONDITIONED- 

MODERN EQUIPMENT 


Congratulations to the 

C L A S S F 1958 

Af<*)' Success and Happiness 

Be Yours in the Years to Come 

SMITH PAINT & WALLPAPER 
CO. 

Thrifties with Cash Purchases 
80 West Street Rutland, Vt. 



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EDISON AUTO SUPPLY 



AUTO PARTS ami ACCESSORIES 



41 Merchants Row 



Phone PR 3-2190 



CAMP CIRCLE "B" 

For Girls, SHERBURNE, VT. 
Swimming, Archery, all outdoor spats. 
Ballet, Tap, Toe acrobatics, 
Dramatics and singing 

MR. & MRS. 
CLAUS BAKTEN STEIN 



It's the Talk or The Town 

Come In and Browse Around — See The Large Display 
of Fine Furniture 

IN NEW ENGLAND 

Free Professional Decorating Service To Our Customers 

GODNICK'S FINE FURNITURE 

RUTLAND, VERMONT 



HOWARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

20 Wales Street Rutland 

Dial PR 3-7588 Anytime 

THE CORRECT PORTABLE TYPEWRITER FOR THE STUDENTS 

PLUS LOCAL SERVICE BY TRAINED SERVICEMEN 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1958 

BEEHIVE 

DRESS BETTER FOR LESS 



Next to Burke's Garage 



Willow Street 



JOHNNIE'S CLEANERS 

3 HOUR SERVICE 

Individual Attention 

TAILORING 

PRospect 3-8188 

JOHN J. MAROTTI, Prop. 

City Pick-Up and Delivery Service 

191 Columbian Ave. Rutland, Vt. 



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RUTLAND BUICK CO., INC. 

YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER 

FOR 33 YEARS 

OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8 M-W 



Prospect 3-2706 



92 West Street 



Rutland, Vermont 



RUTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE 

1889 69 YEARS OF SERVICE 1958 

Summer Session will begin June 30, 1958 and run mornings only for a period of 
eight weeks. We offer Secretarial, Stenographic, Accounting and Refresher 
Courses for beginning and advanced students. We also specialize in Civil Service 
and Veterans' Training. Inquire about our Typewriting Course for teen-agers. 

KATHERINE M. HINTON, Principal. 



Compliments 
of 


Compliments 


RUTLAND MOTEL 


of 


ROUTE 4 


"A FRIEND" 


Rutland, Vermont 





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LOURAS' 

Congratulates the 
GRADUATES OF '58 


FLETCHER'S TEXACO 
SERVICE 

ESSO FUEL OIL AND KEROSENE 
DELIVERED 

93 Woodstock Ave. 


Compliments 
of 

KNIPE'S EXPRESS 


Compliments 
of 

LOOKER'S RESTAURANT 

ACROSS FROM THE 
FAIRGROUNDS 


CURB SERVICE 
B S 

E ^*»» *^ s 

250 NORTH MAIN 


CONGRATULATIONS 

and 
BEST WISHES 
to the 
CLASS OF 1958 

From 

THE COFFIN AGENCY 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Alfred J. Beauchamp 

Arnold C Patterson 

Charles A. Dunklee 

John L Hall 

MEAD BUILDING RUTLAND, VT. 


THOMAS CONWAY 

from the 

DECORATING CENTER 

8 So. Main St. Rutland, Vt. 

TEL. PRospect 5-5153 

Featuring Fabrics Unlimited - Curtains 

Accessories and Custom Made 

Spreads - Draperies - Slip Covers 



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TO THE RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1958 



Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes 



For Every Success 



THE HOWE SCALE COMPANY 



RUTLAND, VERMONT 



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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1958 



FROM THE 



ECONOMY 



FAMOUS FOR BRANDS - FAMOUS FOR VALUES! 




The Largest Depi. Store in Vermont. The Store Where You'll Find the Largest 
Selection of Famous Brand Merchandise In The Stair 



GOOD LUCK - CLASS OF "58 



NORM PORTER STUDIOS 



- PHOTOGRAPHERS 



116 Merchants Row 



Telephone 3- .%(>() 



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BARTLETT STUDIO 

Phone PR 3-848(1 RUTLAND, VT. 












Vermont Electric Supply Company 



COMPLIMENTS 



O F 



EASTMAN'S 



Ymtr School Supply Headq uarters 



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UNION 
Furniture & Carpet Store 

—7 Opposite Fairgrounds — 
SOUTH MAIN STREET 



RUTLAND, VT. 



) 




— FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS— 

ORIN THOMAS & SONS, Inc. 

RUTLAND, VT. 

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Autographs 



Page M7 



Autographs 



PROGRESS PUBLISHERS 

I H COR Pa» AT ED 

11 COLVIN AVE. • PHONE 2-4401 •ALBANY, N.Y. 



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